Every day on the Nigerian internet, there are people who keep our eyes glued to our phone screens as we read their rants, opinions, perspectives on political and social issues, etc. Sometimes, they are just downright ridiculous.
Here’s a roundup of the best we saw:
When twitter starts showing how many times you visited someone's profile, We are all screwed. 🙈
— Daddy Love (@folajoseph) July 17, 2020
All of us that stalk our exes and crushes
Dispatch rider from Jumia just called me and screamed
Be like deliverance session.
— Dzogbese Lisa (@JolaOlaifa) July 17, 2020
Only in Nigeria
Only true legends recognise these screens… pic.twitter.com/DVTUH9Q22y
— ~ᴛᴇɢᴀ ™ 👑 (@TEGA_Ayara) July 17, 2020
niggas be going to sleep at 5 AM and waking up at 3 PM and be like “what’s the move today” bro the day already over
— Corn 🌟 (@snyyred) July 16, 2020
We night owls are balanced on this table o
This boy didn’t even let me eat the rice , he carried it and left because I said I didn’t want to have sex 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 I’m screaming
— Amakachukwuleke ❤️💀 (@amakaa_xo) July 17, 2020
Let him carry it o! Avoid “after-all-i-did-for-her” stories.
* me losing my mind searching for something at home *
the thing looking a me: pic.twitter.com/8rduTLdVQz
— Relateable Life (@Jag_ubani) July 17, 2020
You would now be checking under the bed, inside the gutter. It is well.
New IT guy joined and first thing this guy did was disable access to Netflix. Looks like me and this guy will have problems
— Igwe (@Thesasquatch_) July 16, 2020
He has drawn battle lines. Honestly.
God will handle you https://t.co/Vb1JxpgHKL
— Rambo 4 Oromia (@AfrikanRambo) July 16, 2020
No, you too look at this. Is it godly?
We have to ban Timaya’s song “I can’t kill my self from all Gyms”
— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) July 17, 2020
It’s de-motivating us
Me: I’m afraid of the Backstreet Boys
Therapist: Tell me why
— Stream Internet Love 💻💕 (@Jayzinq) July 15, 2020
“Tell me why
Ain’t nothin’ but a heartache
Tell me why
Ain’t nothin’ but a mistake…”
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