Man drags friend for trying to borrow more money online despite owing popular loan firm (Video)

A video which surfaced online captures the hilarious moment a young man was making jest of his friend who is a serial debtor.

He was signing up on a loan firm to borrow more money despite failing to repay loan firm, for the one he took earlier.

In the clip, the borrower was snapping his means of identification which was meant for the registration on a new loan app.

His friend was teasing him for borrowing money from different platforms and not being able to repay the loan.

See the clip below:

Reacting, omo_mommi wrote; People that do this dey get mind shaa πŸ™„

fayo__0; Loan app plenty die πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ some no go even ask for your picture only your mama birth certificate πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

sure_terry_01; If they frustrate you for this life you no go try am use ur personal details do such things πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

plenty_23; I dey owe like 5 loan app any day catch me πŸ˜‚na bye bye πŸ˜‚

In related news singer, Oludipe Oluwasanmi David, professionally addressed as Spyro, has revealed that he obtained a bank loan to finance his song with Davido and Mayorkun.

The rising artiste featured Omo Baba Olowo and Mayorkun on a single titled β€˜Funke’ in 2018, but the commercial success of the song was short-lived.

Speaking in a recent interview with Cool FM, Spyro said he struggled for three years to repay the loan.

The β€˜Who’s Your Guy’ crooner said he hit the limelight as a result of the collaboration but fell off after the song lost the initial momentum.

Spyro said; β€œWhen I dropped β€˜Funke’ and the song popped. I had David [Davido], I had Mayorkun on the song. And after dropping β€˜Funke’ and my career still went down, I’m like, β€˜Oh! Am I ever gonna rise again?’

β€œI popped but I just came down because there was no structure. There was nothing. I took a loan from the bank to finance that particular record while I was still signed to Upfront & Personal. When that period passed, I now had to start paying for the loan. That was really difficult because I paid for like three years.”