A Nigerian man subjected his fiancée to a loyalty test to see if she is the right person to marry but she failed woefully.
The lady was asked if she would be willing to do hookup with a man and be paid N150,000 after rendering services, and she agreed.
The lady who pitched the idea to her invited her to a hotel to meet the man, but she got there and discovered that the client was her fiance.
A video circulating online shows the moment both ladies walked into the hotel room and saw the man lying down on the bed.
On realising that it was fiance, she wanted to quickly run away but he shouted at her not to leave.
According to reports, he lives in the abroad and flew down to Nigeria as surprise to do the traditional marriage, but decided to test her one last time.
Unfortunately for the girl, she was discovered to be a runs babe and the reality broke her man’s heart.
He confronted her for agreeing to be with another man for N150k but she was so scared and fidgety that she became short of words.
He said he has spent over N10 million naira on her already and wondered why she chose to cheapen herself. The man expressed utmost disappointment in his fiancée, and decided to end the relationship on the spot.
At a point she charged at the friend that organised the hookup and slapped her for setting her up.
Watch the video below:
In entertainment news, Nigerian comedian and content creator, Mz Gabbie, also known as Flora, has said people find it hard to believe that female skit-makers make their money through skits.
She explained that she and her female colleagues do extra to get noticed because they are often judged wrongly.
According to Mz Gabbie, whose real name is Omozele Gabriel, people accuse successful women in the industry of either being sponsored by men or using skit-making as a guise to sell their bodies.
Speaking in an interview with The Punch, she said; “Female skit makers do extra to get noticed and I will speak for them. If one goes outside of her character, people will think one is trying to attract men. Some people believe if a female skit maker is achieving success, then that person is sleeping with one man or one is using it as a cover up for one’s hook-up plan. It is difficult for women in skit making because we have to always prove ourselves that we are equally funny and that we can equally create content.”
Mz Gabbie added; “This is exhausting sometimes. If you ask someone to name skit makers in Nigeria, the person might have named five male skit makers before they call a female skit maker. We are doing a lot and we are breaking boundaries. I feel like we should be recognised too, just the way our male counterparts are being recognised.”