A 19-year-old man and 17-year-old girl’s demonstration of committment to each other has set tongues wagging online.
The young lady known as Vhikkyedibles, revealed via her TikTok account that she and her boyfriend recently engaged.
She shared a video-reel of them having a photoshoot and noted that love is not about finding the perfect person, but about seeing an imperfect person perfectly.
“I got engaged at the age of 19 to a girl of 17. You come to love not by finding the perfect person, but by seeing an imperfect person perfectly ….share your thoughts people has said alot,” Vhikky captioned.
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Reacting, @user68679009492 said: Youngest and cutest.
@olaosebikanrachea reacted: Awwwwn u look amazing together congrats, hope say no be content una dey do sha.
@abeokutajen3 reacted: Congratulation youngest couples.
@Jane commented: My dear life is too short enjoy while it’s last, congratulations dear.
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian actress, Regina Daniels, has said that Nollywood industry is not a safe place for young girls to work.
She stated this via her social media page while urging producers and directors to discontinue and discourage the act of employing minors into the movie industry.
The 22-year-old actress recalled the time she met a 14-year-old girl dressed indecently and working under a makeup artist on a movie set.
Daniels, in a video she posted on Instagram advised her colleagues to shun child labour and keep the Nigerian entertainment industry secure.
She said; I met a 14-year-old girl wearing a short skirt, crop top and working under another young guy on the movie set who claims to be a make-up artist.
Her parents are far away in Port Harcourt and she came to Lagos last year. She sleeps in different hotel rooms with whoever agrees to accommodate her every night and is not willing to go back to her parents.
This girl told me that she is here to learn but trust me, I know the industry and it is not a safe place for young girls.
She captioned the clip: “DISCLAIMER!!! This goes to the CELEBRITIES AND MOVIE PRODUCERS PLEASE SAY NO TO CHILD LABOUR and keep the industry Secure.”