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Stranded man begs friend to allow him pass the night at his girlfriend’s house

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A conversation between two friends on WhatsApp has surfaced on social media and sparked reactions.

One of the guys informed his buddie that he attended a party but was unable to go back home because it was very late at night.

He remembered that his friend’s babe stayed in the area, so he asked for permission to sleepover at her place and go back home the next day.

He appealed to the guy to call his girlfriend and explain the situation to her so that she can allow him pass the night.

Unfortunately, he refused to do so and told his friend to find a way and go back to his place no matter how late it was.

Read the chat below:

high_chenna; Why u go stay for party till it’s late… make he look for lodge or go back to the venue

omoleyehannah; Assuming that this is true, that friend is corny as hell

lagosmealprepsociety; Na joking sturves? Of course not. And if he’s foolish enough to say yes, as the girl friend I will say heck no! What a silly request.

quincy_focus; If I have extra money I will book a hotel for him lol 😑

sheddi_bankz; Hotel don finish for that area ni 😂

iamdx2; You dey ask cat ,to help u look after fish ,make rat no chop am .. Ment or malaria

joanodenu; The people when dey sleep under bridge, shey you better pass them😂😂😂

In entertainment news, Nigerian musician, Folarin Falana better known as Falz, has recalled attending church because he wanted to see girls.

He revealed that he used to go to Anglican Church of Ascension in Opebi, Lagos state because a friend informed him that there were fine girls.

In a Netflix documentary entitled Made In Lagos: Africa, Falz spoke on his life, career, inspration and the impact his father, Femi Falana has on the society.

The activist said that he was never in the church choir but he used to play drums in church at a point in his life.

According to him, almost every place he went to, people always had good stories to tell about his dad.

He said most of the stories dwelt on Mr Falana saving people in difficult situations both in school and everyday life.

The singer also talked about his mum being very disciplined and trying to instill it in her children.

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