“He Asked Him to Sleep With It”: 'Vawulence' Landlord's Chat with Tenant Leaks as He Plays Music

“He Asked Him to Sleep With It”: 'Vawulence' Landlord's Chat with Tenant Leaks as He Plays Music

  • A hilarious WhatsApp chat between a tenant and his boastful landlord has gone viral on TikTok
  • The landlord, who seemed to love the music his tenant was blasting, urged him to turn it up right away
  • The tenant said that others were asleep and he did not wish to bother them, but his landlord replied that he owned the house

A funny WhatsApp conversation between a tenant and his landlord who had different tastes in music became a sensation on TikTok.

The landlord, who was clearly a fan of the loud and lively music his tenant was playing in his room, texted him to increase the volume as soon as possible.

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The landlord text surprised many. Photo credit: Getty Image. Note: For illustration purposes only. Depicted persons have no relationship with the event described in the material.
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The tenant politely explained that it was late at night, and considering that other people in the house were sleeping, he preferred not to disturb them with his music.

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However, the landlord dismissed his concern, asserting that he was the boss of the house and expressed indifference towards his tenant's thoughts or feelings.

He eventually told the tenant, who was enjoying the catchy song, not to turn off the music when he was ready to go to bed because he wanted to keep listening to it.

See the text below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

Success James reacted:

“They cut-off the ending part sef. She said"I will soon go and sleep" He replied " leave it on and sleep.”

Chidozie Ebuka Mike:

“I like this Landlord.”

Charity Dominic:

“This person nor be yul?”

Mhiz Odunsan:

“Kai. See oppression.”

Esther Obig:

“Vawulence landlord.”

Ogechukwu Pat:


Okada man laments inability to pay rent

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian took to the social media to lament his difficulty paying his house rent.

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After he posted a video on TikTok, sympathetic netizens started asking him how much his rent was. He explained in the post's comment section that the rent was N120k.

The man was sitting on a motorcycle with a sad face as he munched on a snack. He said he had no idea how he would go home and explain to his landlord that he could still not find the money.

Source: Legit.ng

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