"Dark, Tall and Pink Lips is My Spec": Married Nigerian Woman Reveals Husband was Not Her Spec

"Dark, Tall and Pink Lips is My Spec": Married Nigerian Woman Reveals Husband was Not Her Spec

  • A married Nigerian woman has caused an uproar on social media after she revealed her husband was not her spec years back
  • According to the woman, she told her sister he was not handsome when he told her of his intention to marry her
  • The lady described her preferred man and how it was important people "submit all spec at the feet of Christ and accept God's will"

A Nigerian woman, identified as Princess Janet, has disclosed her husband was not her spec years after they tied the knot.

In a tweet on X on Thursday, Princess recalled how she sent his picture to her sister when he came for her hand in marriage.

Princess Janet, spec
Princess Janet said her husband was not her spec. Photo Credit: @Drprincessjanet
Source: Twitter

While her sister thought he looked handsome, Princess said she still wasn't seeing the handsomeness.

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Princess advised people to accept God's will

Looking back, Princess wondered if it was her village people that made her not see her husband's handsomeness.

On her spec, Princess said it was a dark, tall and pink-lipped man, but God had other ideas. She urged people to accept God's will over their specs. Her post read in part:

"My hubby was not my spec. I remember discussing with my sister after my hubby made his intention known that he wants to marry me. I told my sister he wasn't handsome, I said he was just there sha.
"My sister said, send his picture let me see, I sent it and she was like are you sure village people haff not use chew gum to cover your eyes like this. How can you say this handsome man is not fine" she said.

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"Looking back, I don't know if it is because Dark, tall and pink lip is my spec or village people actually tried to cover my eye with chew gum, for me not to see say na fine bobo."

See her tweet below:

Princess Janet's tweet sparks a debate

Princess' tweet did not sit well with many people.

@seunfunmi002 said:

"So people will drag you for bringing your stories out here even when you are saying the truth, we all have spec and it takes time to actually differentiate our fantasy from reality, I like big Bress, that's my spec...... I will still marry someone with big Bress. The end."

@SisterHuncho said:

"E fine pass you, not your spec ko… if anything, you should be praising god you bagged a real one. See rubbish tweet."

@LupinIkenga said:

"Everyone is acting like they didn’t see this tweet because it’s not coming from a man. You practically insulted and degraded your husband with this tweet and no one is saying anything about it. I’m so livid right now."

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@andreudotai said:

"How do you tell people your husband is not your spec? Spec itself is a disillusioned fantasy that everybody has at some point, still having it or considering it sth to talk about after being married for a couple of years is creepy."

@Iffect_07 said:

"But how did u have that opinion back then? What gave you such confidence? Cos based on appearance alone, this guy looks like an 8 to me, and u probably like a 5."

Woman says she was not her husband's spec

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a married woman had revealed she was not her husband's spec.

She added that even though the man never said it out, she could tell he wanted a more classy woman for a wife.

In a video shot in the presence of her husband, who was laughing, the lady stated that he was only complimenting her with things like she had a good character and was from a good home.

Asking her husband to list what he used to say about her, the man agreed with the wife that the marriage happened because she was not one of those women who always asked men for money.

Source: Legit.ng

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