Man threatens to call off his engagement after his fiancé participated in waist beads contest

According to a post made by @subdeliveryzone on Twitter, a yet to be identified man is set to call of his engagement after his fiancé participated in a waist bead contest.

The man who is an offshore worker sent the message in the screenshot below to the @subdeliveryzone saying that he discovered that his fiancé had participated in a waist bead contest and anonymously posted semi unclad pictures of herself.

He said he was fully aware that she’s the one because her engagement ring was very visible on the picture. (picture below)

With the way he described the picture in his message, people in Twitter were able to figure out who exactly it was as she retweeted her picture on her time line.

While some Nigerians have thrown their support behind the lady, others have blasted the man for bringing it to the public instead of having a heart to heart talk with his woman while a few have outrightly condemned the act.

 

How Nigerians on Twitter reacted ;

IgboMade@volqx

Your wife joined a waist bead thread , you got offended by it ,instead of waiting to get home to address it since you find it absurd, you rather report her online with a very good description of her for people to be able to identify her and drag her ?
Bro you are lame & dumb !

IgboMade@volqx

Your wife joined a waist bead thread , you got offended by it ,instead of waiting to get home to address it since you find it absurd, you rather report her online with a very good description of her for people to be able to identify her and drag her ?
Bro you are lame & dumb !

ً@LodbrokAaron

Well it’s easy judging from this angle cause we can’t tell the kinda pain he’s feeling or if he’s the mushy type ,his fiance for that matter
Some times in a relationship you wanna voice out cause it’s disturbing your mind

 

 

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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  1. It’s not enough reason to call off a wedding haba!

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