- A Nigerian man has come out to say that he was dumped by his girlfriend after she saw him selling pure water in the streets
- According to the video, the girl must have seen the man as a kind of low life who sells pure water on the streets and decided to call it quits
- The video has generated huge arguments on Instagram with some contending that the man should move on to a more responsible girl
A Nigerian girl has reportedly dumped her boyfriend after she saw him selling pure water on the streets.
The man shared a video of himself doing the busines, saying it has cost him his relationship.
He owns the water company
According to the video, the said girl did not know that the man owns the water company, that he was not working for anyone but for himself.
Una dey use internet children play? Intelligent little girl with shiny black skin challenges adult in video
A writeup on the video reads:
“A girl I love saw this video and she stopped talking to me not knowing I own the company.”
In the video, the man was seen offloading bags of sachet water, apparently to supply to customers.
It has generated hot arguements on Instagram where it as shared by @gossipmilltv.
Watch the video below:
Instagram users react
“This is a zobo a cold zobo.”
“Don’t date a girl you love date a girl that loves you.”
“Na lie! No be you get get company. Na hustle you dey. No think say you wan motivate us.”
“Why didn’t you tell her from the beginning?”
“Na mumu girl go Vex say he guy dey hustle.”
“I don’t know who lie pass. Twitter peeps or TikTokers. Anyway God bless our hustle oo.”
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According to the story, the man later ended things with the girl as they never got married as planned.
The commercial bank later started to ask the man for the money, tackling him to pay up his debt.