- A Nigerian man has shared his painful experience on TikTok after tying the knot with his pretty white lover
- In a trending video on TikTok, the young man revealed how his life changed for the better after he met her
- The happy husband showered accolades on his wife for transforming his life and netizens gushed over their love
A Nigerian man identified as Austino Ihezue has shared his love story with netizens on TikTok.
Austino revealed how poverty dealt with him to the extent of drinking garri with salt and even thinking about killing himself.
Fortunately, his story changed for the better when he met the love of his life, a white woman, and subsequently tied the knot with her.
"My life changed when I met you. If I had committed sucide, I would have missed so much blessings that God has kept in place for me today. Say no to sucide and keep working hard. Soon your story will change. I was so broke to the point where drinking garri with salt was my best food", he said.
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Social media reactions
"Garri and salt is insane. Happy to see God help you tho."
"Well, all thanks to God, because when there is life, there is hope. You are now doing great now, glory be to God."
"But now u day chill with my cl even get the mind put am as your dp."
"So a lot of people here in comment section are surprised about garri and salt !!! Something wey be normal for me too! God please help me."
"No Pain No Gain. Life is Pain and Pain is Invisible. Celebrate Grace brother man. Words plenty for man mouth but we aren’t Story Tellers."
"You have never been broke to the extent you start doubting the existence of God then life neva show you shege."
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Watch the video below:
Man marries cute oyinbo lover
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man has tied the knot with his oyinbo lover. Remember the man, Anuoluwapo, who welcomed his oyinbo woman to Nigeria? They have married in a traditional ceremony.
A video shared on his TikTok showed the moment they both were in a vehicle as he captioned it: 'happy married life'. Another clip showed both of them dressed in traditional attires as the couple went to Anuoluwapo's mother.
In a Yoruba traditional fashion, a family member poured water on the bride's legs to show that her stay in her husband's house will be peaceful as water is soothing to the body.