- A trending video shared on TikTok shows a pregnant woman attempting to run with her huge baby bump
- In the video posted on her official account, the woman held her dress firmly and tried to run, but her efforts proved futile
- Social media users have shared their thoughts about the video, with many advising her to calm down
A beautiful pregnant woman tried to showcase her running skills after a friend dared her.
"You go fit run? You no fit run. Run na", the lady repeated.
Taking up the challenge, the expectant mother held her dress and attempted to run, but she could not.
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Social media reactions to the pregnant woman's attempt to run
"Pregnancy go be her like there's something in her legs. Baby no go gree."
"I can't run, I can't run, until electric spark under my head."
"My own hold my legs I can't even move it sometimes. You try sef dey move but pregnancy is a sweet and painful experience."
"Kai my sister shey no be you be Usain bolt's coach like this?"
"Me dey run pass her but for 10 sec and I must drink something cold at the end cos 200kilomtre race I run for 10sec so."
"Shey tear na death sentence? Me wey no chop them still tear me Wetin no good."
"You Dey even carry leg up sef. I no fit waka well not to talk of run."
Watch the video below:
Pregnant woman runs on staircase
Legit.ng previously reported that a pregnant Nigerian woman has shared a touching video of herself carrying out some exercises at home. While sharing the video, she revealed that she was already 42 weeks pregnant, yet, there was no sign of labour.
The video shared via her TikTok account @maryjanechux showed her running on a staircase outside her compound. The clip stirred emotions from other women who also recounted their experiences when pregnant.
@amarachi_shocker said: "It is not easy. Mine was also 42 weeks but to God be praise he doesn’t fail his own children. Is it heavy? I use to wonder what mine will be, I'm 11 weeks gone. May you deliver ur baby like d Hebrew women. Dear, it's always like that with first-timers, mine I will go and ride trade mill, before labour came."