- A young Nigerian man’s sorrows knew no bounds as he wept like a baby after being heartbroken
- In the viral video, he wept in a loud voice leaning, against a car as friends sympathized and tried to console him
- Some Nigerians mocked him for the manner in which he handled the heartbreak, others slammed his friends for recording the distraught man in his worst moment
The manner in which a man received his relationship heartbreak has caused quite a stir on social media.
The man whose girlfriend supposedly ended their relationship received the news with great sorrow.
In a short video shared by Tunde Ednut on Instagram, the man is seen weeping profusely leaning against a car at night.
The weeping man is flanked by friends who sympathize and console him.
At some point, the distraught man beckoned on the friends to hand him his phone so he could speak with the estranged girlfriend.
Social media reacts
“This guy get fans on top heartbreak o. Na lunch him chop be that.”
“Its not funny na… They keep recording people at their down moment … Sorry bro, u will be fine “
“Until someone hurt u dis much u will know d feeling it will look like everything will stop”
“Breakfast dey pain especially when you truly love the person,know be fake love oooo wey full everywhere now.”
“Na skit? Some friends sha. Thank God I don’t have mumu people around me. “
Landlady laments as boyfriend elopes with her daughter
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a landlady had cried out after boyfriend eloped with her daughter.
The 55-year-old landlady identified as Mary said she lost her husband seven years ago, and two years later, she met a 35-year-old man only identified as Odhis.
Mary said she was criticised for dating a man fit to be his child, but she ignored critics and focused on her new lover. The two dated for four years, and their relationship seemed perfect.
The woman said one day, she returned home from a funeral and it was raining heavily. She entered the house but no one was in the sitting room, yet the TV was on and so loud.
In her words:
“I went to the kitchen and Odhis wasn’t there. So I thought he was cooking mandazis I had asked him to prepare becaue I had told him I would arrive the following morning with a few relatives,” she narrated.