"Na 13 Pro Max Be That?" Secondary School Pupils Flaunt Expensive iPhones in Class, Video Stirs Reactions

"Na 13 Pro Max Be That?" Secondary School Pupils Flaunt Expensive iPhones in Class, Video Stirs Reactions

  • Mixed reactions have trailed a trending video of secondary school pupils flaunting their iPhones in school
  • The video showed the schoolchildren showing off the models of iPhones they owned, to the shock of many on TikTok
  • Reacting to the video, some netizens inquired about how they got possession of such expensive phones

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A viral video on TikTok captures pupils of an undisclosed secondary school in Nigeria flaunting their iPhones.

In the video, one of the pupils went around the class and asked his mates to show off their iPhones.

Pupils flaunt iPhones in class, expensive phones
Pupils flaunt iPhones in class Photo credit: @mufasatundeednut
Source: TikTok

The pupils flaunted different models of iPhones, and netizens who came across the video wondered how they could own it.

One of the pupils showed off an iPhone 13 Pro Max, which is selling for over N800,000 at phone stores.

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The video has caused a frenzy online as people troop to the comments section to share their thoughts.

Social media reactions

Iam_kelvinossai said:

"Na beg I beg my parents to buy me CASIO calculator when I was this age."

Carphy_flinks stated:

"When I Dey secondary school na symbian phone I use."

Totosaudrey0 reacted:

"I still day use iPhone 7+ since 2019. God who I offend. If ure still using iPhone 6s+ to 7+".

Sabitalk1 reacted:

"If you ask them now who was the first president of Nigeria now none of them go know, it’s well."

Sunkanmi_omobolanle said:

"Time don change. Where I go tell Aluwe say I get phone? Even if I get dem no born me well make I carry am reach house."

Nigho_joe remarked:

"Yahoo don true true spoil this country."

Shell_debb noted:

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"I believe this. Just today I went to my junior brothers secondary school that he graduated from and I saw 2 children with 13 pro max."

Ugwuezeikenna added:

"There is an epidemic of fraud among the youths in Nigeria currently. This has eaten so deep in the mindset of the youths. They no longer believe on life's process, they no longer believe in Education. All that is occupying there mind is making money, clubbing, drgs and womanizing. All on the fast lane. The parents really need to seat up in other to raise responsible children. Serious wahala dey but many are so myopic towards this issue."

Watch the video below:

Girls in secondary school show off iPhones

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a video shared by a young Nigerian, @tinycash34, showing the kinds of iPhones his classmates use, has got many people talking on social media.

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In the clip, secondary pupils, mostly females, were seated in a room playing with their phones. In turns, they all showed off their iPhones with a smile. The first girl that showcased hers was using XS Max. Two other girls were using iPhone 11 and 12. Many wondered how they got money to buy them.

There were TikTok users who argued that they borrowed the phones as they could not believe secondary school pupils could afford such.

Source: Legit.ng

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