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Nigerian lady dumps man because he cried profusely when his betting ticket cut

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A Nigerian lady identified as Maryam Lasisi has revealed that she lost interest in a man he was interested in dating due to his reaction to losing out in sports betting.

She recounted when she called him on phone and he was crying uncontrollably because his ticket cut and she felt irritated.

According to Maryam, though she does not see anything wrong with a man showing emotions, she felt the way he cried was too much for a man.

She explained that her impression of him changed because of that incident, so she dumped the idea of going into a relationship with him.

Maryam wrote; ”I called him and he was crying because his bet cut. I’m all for men showing emotions but hearing “Omo I f**k up” while someone was crying his eyes out was very cringe.

Omo, I couldn’t look at him the same way again abeg.”

Twitter user, @Biodexraj commented; Maybe na 1 cut him 50 million naira 😒😒 why him no go cry 🥺🥺😂😂🤣🤣

@IpubliciseGod; When e be say na just one game cut am and the game na the last game for the slip

@TweetInspector0; “My boyfriend does not show emotions ” You Jam emotional men, you dey run. If he can’t cry to you, who else should he cry to ? And you want to be your boo bestfriend abi but he should hide his emotions ? If the bet enter now, shey you no go chop inside ni ? Ok ohh

@topetyez_; But it can be painful, u don’t know if he was about to win jackpot. These things dey pain ooo.

In political news, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, wife of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), Bola Tinubu, has said a precedent is being set with the ruling party’s Muslim-Muslim ticket.

She hinted that the same fate presidential ticket of the APC would set the tone for an all-Christian ticket in future elections.

Mrs Tinubu made the comment at the APC South-West women’s presidential rally in Lagos on Wednesday, December 7.

She said: “As regards the Muslim-Muslim ticket, this one will set the tone for the future. Sometime in the future, we will have a Christian-only ticket. What God has done in our land is marvellous.

“We thank you for coming out in large numbers despite the challenges. My coming here is another homecoming. About 23 years ago, God blessed my husband to become the governor, and I supported him as the first lady.

“I want to thank the people of Lagos Central for sending me to represent them. I am the first woman to emerge as a Senator three times. This is a fantastic opportunity, and I have been working for the good of our people since 2007 when my husband left office.”

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