- A Nigerian man has sent social media into a frenzy after he released the Whatsapp chat he had with an online vendor
- From the chat, the said vendor fronted a decent clothing and other accessories business to cover up her call girl service
- The leaked conversation earned him knocks from netizens while decent online vendors slammed the lady for giving them a bad name
Social media users have reacted to a leaked chat involving an online vendor and a customer which took an unexpected turn.
A man had shared the chat on TikTok as he took a swipe at online vendors who use decent businesses to cover up their shady occupations.
The leaked chat showed the man in a convo with one Prexyyy who runs Sugaberri Collections.
The man had only greeted her when the lady requested to know his location without any business agreed on.
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The man gave his location as a hotel to which the lady asked to know what deal was involved.
She would then respond to his 'let me know' message with 'night 60k, short 30k.'
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Social media reactions
Tracy Love said:
"Ok make we girls Dey post chat when guys Dey send us e no make sense na."
"Nawa for this vendors oothem don let our customers get trust issues bayiii bf sef no trust us again."
"I’m an online cloth vendor and I feel bad honestly coz mine is purely biusiness and this makes every1 look like olosho."
"Must una cast everything u self wan do na why u chat her u self olosho."
Mr focus. said:
"The clothe they sell na cover up.
"The real business na hoo*kup."
"Night 60k, shey these girls think them dey pluck money, for wetin you go enjoy too.''
Man catches online vendor trying to sell old chair for N120k
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man had caught an online vendor trying to sell an old chair for N120k.
He had seen the chair online and liked how shiny it looked, thinking it would be nice to have it in his room.
He immediately contacted the seller and asked for a fresh picture of the chair to be sent to him. He specifically requested that the photo of the chair be taken with a phone.
The true state of the chair was revealed when the photo was sent to him. It looked very old and quite different from the shiny chair he saw advertised online. The old chair, according to the vendor goes for N120,000.