Social Media Users React As Nigerian Lady Reveals She Broke Up With Her Man After Sending One Hundred And Twenty-five Thousand Naira To Make Her Hair.
A beautiful Nigerian Lady with the Twitter username "@iamkylasamuel" has made a shocking revelation on her wall that she rejected money her man sent for her so she could make her hair and look good. She also revealed that the one hundred and twenty-five thousand naira (N125,000) meant for her hair can not fix her nails more or less her hair.
The beautiful lady concluded after receiving the N125k in her account, she added five thousand naira (N5k) and sent back one hundred and thirty thousand naira (N130,000) to her man's account and broke up with him immediately.
Check below the screenshot of her post:-
Photo || Twitter (@iamkylasamuel)
After she shared the above tweet on her Twitter page, check below some screenshots of what people are saying:-
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