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Monday, 4 December 2017

Chronicle Of Blog Visitor Narrative....

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MARRYING A HUSTLER FROM ANOTHER TRIBE...



Dear Stella,
Hope everything is fine with you and your family.
Please make this a chronicle. I need to get different opinions concerning this issue and I will read everyone's comment. This is going to be long so please be patient and read to the end. Thank you. 




I'm dating my B presently. I prayed to God for someone like him before he came into my life. I Thank God for giving him to me everyday because he is the sweetest guy ever. We both started our relationship on a clean slate so no ex wahala. 



From our first date he told me his phone password, if he should ever change it because of his poke nosing brother, he will tell me the new password whenever we see. He gives me presents on his birthday. We travel sometimes just to visit a new place. He doesn't like going anywhere without me. 


Even if his friends call him out for guys night, he must take me along. His close friends introduce me to their girlfriends as their guy. I am his best friend and they all know it. They call us Kim and Kanye because of the way he treats me. 


He always behaves like my bodyguard. Lol. Like I'm so precious. I hate my fat thighs because I might see my Jean size but my fat thighs won't allow them fit. but the first day he saw it, he went Gaga. He kissed and touched them and said they feel like heaven. I didn't even tell him that I hate them. Since then I started loving it.


 The issue now is that he is from Edo state while I'm igbo. Before my mum knew his tribe, she used to always sing love songs for me whenever he calls me because of the way we talk and play with each other. Immediately she found out his tribe she said I should withdraw from the relationship. 


How? I don't even want to do that. This is someone that his brother told him to come and visit his family in Germany and he told his brother that he should be prepared to send money for my visa too because we are going together.


 My mum said even if I don't see an igbo guy that my dad will prefer if i remain single for life than to marry from another tribe. And we are meant to be Christians oh. 


Then my cousin gave an igbo doctor my number. I told the igbo doctor that I have someone I'm dating already so he should shift. He refused, he said since the guy is not igbo, that he doesn't feel threatened that he knows my parents will never allow me marry the other guy. This doctor is very nice to me. I really pity him because he is wasting his time. My friend and cousin have been disturbing my life daily by telling me things to confuse me.


 The recent one that they told me that made me decide to send this mail is this: They said it's not good to suffer with a man. My B is not that buoyant, some days we have some days we don't have. He owns a ladies salon. My friends said he is showing me so much love because he is not rich. That the reason why he calls me always and sends me plenty text messages is because he isn't rich or doing something to keep himself busy. But what I know about my B is that, he is a hustler. He is never Okay with just being comfortable. 



The gist is plenty and I normally go to my friend for advise. But my friend is married to a rich man, same with my cousin. They always prefer money to companionship and I know their opinion will be biased. They advised me to double date but I can't do that. If my B finds out, he won't trust me anymore like he does now and I don't want to do that to him or myself. What's a relationship without trust?


 He provides for all my financial needs. There was a time we were having issue because of this tribe thing. I told him to give me space. He still sent me money from time to time he said it's because he knew no one else will give it to me. He also said he will love me in a way that when I come in my next life, I will beg God to give me a husband like him.


 Please What is the disadvantage of marrying someone from a different tribe that your parents don't want and what's so bad in marrying a man who is a hustler but is not rich now.


*Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

85 comments:

DON™ said...

Go ahead with him.
Your family are selfish people with their stone age thinking. They are not even considering your happiness.

This people with their backward thinking all the time..

sylvia said...

Hes an Edo man therefore run as fast as you can please....the 4 tribes my parents forbade us marrying....Ijebu, kabba, Mbaise and benin people......run because in the long run, when money comes a typical benin man will marry a 2nd and 3rd wife over you
Please nobody should shout at me my body is paining me

Adele love said...

Poster forget that doctor follow your heart and be with the one you love!!! Your mum will only tell you to bear whatever complaint you bring in the future she no go follow you wear the shoe ohhh

Anonymous said...

Keep asking jamb questions there... I advice ladies, don't marry any hustler. .because once he is rich, you go sabbi him true colour. ...


Well.. Good luck to you




@ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

Blackberry said...

Mr B shoould up his business, cos saloon business won't is not something to hope on unless he plans to expand into other things...ladies saloon, hmmmm!

Cookie said...

You love him??
You feel at peace with him??
Then be with him........ Good things are not easy....... Others will come around!!!!




My B..... Awwwwwwwwwe, so sweet!!!!

Priceless Jewel said...

Please go for your B, I believe in love... In fact I'm searching for that kind of love now... Pray about it too so that God can touch the heart of your parents! Lobe is a beautiful thing. It's great to love & be loved in return. Love conquers all. Of all, love is the greatest. For God so loved the world...


... Jesus is my worth!

Love.Eating.Pussy said...

My dear if you love him and he loves you back and you are sure that he is working hard enough to improve his present status so as to be as comfortable as your people will want him to be then you have no problems.

Stick to your man,money is not everything.it may bring you comfort but it may not bring you happiness.

As long as he is a hustler and you see potential for to grow financially and continue to do right by you as a good man should then stick to him and ignore all your family distractors.

As for your mom ignore her because if u turn 35 and u don't bring home a man she will gladly offer you to an aboki.so forget that compulsory igbo man talk abeg.

LEPπŸ˜›

Anonymous said...

I DON'T SEE ANYTHING WRONG WITH MARRYING AN EDO PERSON, EDO IS LIKE MIDDLE BELT.BUT IF IS HAUSA OR YORUBA THAT IS WHEN THERE WILL SERIOUS PROBLEM, AS AN IGBO LADY

Anonymous said...

Stella please stop enabling @don's comment. it is always harsh

Anonymous said...

The answer is a question;
do you love this guy enough to go against your parents?
They do not seem to mean well for you seeing that they want you "to remain single" than marry from another tribe? That is strange. No parent wants their daughter to be single for such a flimsy reason; or are there more to it than just what you told us? What did Edo people do to them in the past?
If there are, then you both have to be patient and win the fight at long last.
If you are a Christian that walks in the Spirit, then the opinion of our heavenly father is most important and you should seek him.

Miss Ess said...

Hmmmm....

Minnie Rexpect said...

These are the same people that will be clamouring for one Nigeria. Yimu!

DON™ said...

If you ask your parents why they are warning you agatjose tribe, you will discover that they don't have any reason to back it.
There are two types of people in the world, the good and bad. It's not about tribe, wake up and smell the coffee

Chika Vincent said...

This one your parent has said no go arear no wahala, but if is Edo man dat don't go to the village that one is better, follow your heart, but tye your wrapper well well if nah Edo man you wanna spend the rest of your life with...

Anonymous said...

My late father married only my mother. No other kids outside and he was a wealthy man. So take your tribe thing elsewhere.i am proud to be a good good bini man.

Ed said...

πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚your body dey pain yu na im yu dey find trouble

Zinny Chocolate said...

Poster, if you're sure that your Edo man will marry you, my dear your happiness matters a lot. Talk to your parents, I believe they'll understand. But if you're going to marry the doctor, be sure he's not a gynecologist. Your yash won't be nothing to him.

Anonymous said...

I won't say you should not marry the Edo guy but I will advice base on what have seen and heard in the past about marriages that are not supported by either of the family most times on the long run it backfire and you are left on your own when problems arises .
Marriage is a totally different ball game to relationship
Am proudly Edo married to Yoruba but it was supported by both families.
Every tribe has the good,bad,ugly and beautiful people
One thing you should is to pray and God for his will and your own man in respective of the tribe


Tiwa

Eleganza said...

poster biko think twice, atymes Love will not be enough.

Frederick said...

who called out Kabba? My mum is Frederick Kabba and my uncles are happily married.
please stick with your Edo bf but we all know that money is relevant. As long as you find fulfillment in your relationship, please enjoy your Edo bf.

Zikora said...

Poster, I would advice you to take it to God in prayers. I didn't say go to man or woman of God, rather pray on your own with a sincere heart. Tribe is generalized. People are different. If that man is your ordained God, you will see your parents and friends asking you when the wedding will hold. When I met my husband his salary was 3000 naira as in three thousand naira and to crown it all we were from different tribe. My dad threaten to shoot him, my brothers went gaga. I am an only daughter with 7 brothers. What did I do? I prayed without preference, I prayed to God to have his way. This year we celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. We have been to practically every continent. The money and fortune came with us marrying. There was a massive open door.We fight, we joke, we curse each other but we still find reasons to love each other more. Sometimes my dad will tell him "you love this your wife so much" Love is the best, it gives you peace of mind and the zeal to keep moving. So my dear,
Pray without choosing him in the prayers, just ask God who your husband is.
Money is the the yardstick for measuring happiness in marriage
Love conquers all things.
Make out time to know more about Mr. B
Don't be rude to the doctor. A doctor does not guarantee a happy marriage. But see him as a friend
Don't be rude to your parents, family and friends but let God decide.
Make use of what you have, your brain, heart and ability to pray. It is well.

Anonymous said...

You are wrong! She said Edo man, what tribe? We have Bini, Esan, Owan, Akiko Edo, Ijaw and other smaller ethic groups in Edo state. Love and fidelity is an individual thing.

bolaji obalola said...

who called out Kabba? My mum is from Kabba and my uncles are happily married with one wife.
please stick with your Edo bf but we all know that money is relevant. As long as you find fulfillment in your relationship, please enjoy your Mr B.

Anonymous said...

Goat meat all Edo are Benin abi Ode!

Bee10(mummytwins) said...

Why would you people discriminate other tribes? We have all passed this stage abeg!

Anonymous said...

Hahaha.. ..I Am not shouting jarre.. .lol.. .use Aboniki after dem @BVNs yab you finish.. Lol




@ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

Minnie Rexpect said...

When your parents says No to something it is better you listen to them. I noticed some of the people their parents warned against a particular relationship and didn't adhere to those warnings, the relationship sometimes come to naught after facing a serious crisis. But then what didn't work for A might work for B.
I'll advice you to just listen to your mum especially as tribe is already coming into play here.

Aunty Agnostic said...

I kinda believe he is lovey dovey because he is not "rich." Honestly I don't trust Nigerian men. Anyway if you're sure then follow your heart. But be sure to prepare for any consequences of doing so either from your parents or from your boyfriend. Anyway I want to give a shout out to Chikito. Girl your sense no get part two! I'm the agnostic lady and only your reply to my comment made the most sense. No sentiment, you just went straight to the point.

Anonymous said...

Simple... Just Follow your heart and damn the consequences.

Jeni_zee said...

Reading your story , I fell in love with your boyfriend’s characterπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ wish he was comfortable enough to marry u

Chyluv! said...

You just painted a perfect man, gosh. How long have you guys been dating? Does he have prospects, asides being a hustler. He provides all your financial need meaning he's not all that broke. If he can take care of you, then why not. Go with him, I would only advice you to marry a man who loves your more, and who is equally your friend. TRIBE shouldn't matter. Talk to your parents in the language they will understand, you can also talk to someone who they listen to. All the best.

Anonymous said...

He loves you just because of your chubby laps... and ponyor. That's why he is spending and hustling for your welfare.

slimqueen said...

I really don't like edo people and that's because of the things I have heard but then, this guy loves you and everything that concerns you. Please go for it and always pray for the

Rappakatakata said...

And where are you from?

Fuck you said...

I fear who know fear kabba people

BEDS AND ROSES said...

I wonder some advice some people give on this blog, advising women to run from Edo, mbaise men bcos of so so and so. So in those tribe there are no good men and other tribes men are angels. Then you wonder why some ladies cry daily for being single. Do you know if that person God designed for you, that will change your destiny and uplift you is from another tribe or even race for that matter.
imagine if our Stella dimokos parents insisted she must marry her tribe, she may not be who she is today.
I am successfully married to someone from another tribe and I'm living happily. My family for once never questioned it. Rather they were more concerned about the man himself. His character, family, integrity etc.
Poster follow your hurt. This man truly loves you and will make you happy. Who said one day he wont make it. See ppl making millions from craft like hairdressing, make-up etc. In your words you said he isn't lazy and loves you genuinely. Don't go and enter a loveless marriage just to please your parents.

nkiruka ikwueme said...

Follow your heart, don't forget to pray while at it

Mz Lynn said...

I think....you should follow your heart. Friendship is very vital in a relationship. If you are sure that your man understands you, and can protect you from any inter-tribal issues, then go for it.

Elastic said...

Exactly what I wanted to type.. Poster the only problem with majority of Edo and yoruba men is they are polygamous. Go with the Edo guy if you are sure you won't feel bad when he bring in a second wife.


DontQuoteMe™

Anonymous said...

What you should concern yourself about is, who this B of yours truly is. What he does to you and for you should not be your only basis for assessing him. Smart players can do all the stuffs you mentioned here, yet they are in your life to make you miserable on the long run. I'm not saying he is a player, I don't know him that much, I'm simply drawing your attention to something very vital: his person and personality. That is what matters, not tribe! Yes, you may want to know his family (the biggest influence in his life), his upbringing, his friends; how he relates to people around him, his value system, his belief system, his relationship with God, (assuming you are a believer), etc. His tribe has little or nothing to do with him. And, as long as you don't mind his being a Bini man, I do not think you should back down. But, don't forget that finance is a major factor in marriage, he should be able to care for his family's basic needs and comforts. By the way, i have seen and met some best hearts among some Benin friends, male and female. Take your time to know him.

Hawk-Eyed!

opebeyonce beyonce said...

My dear, have you tried to pray about the issue, I won't advise you to marry against your parents wish. I won't equally advise you to marry against his own parents wish. Do the parents approve of you as his future wife. Truth is, family consent and blessings goes a long way for the success of a marriage.
Don't let anyone decieve, family must agree with each other.

Let B know how your family feels about him and watch his future attitude.

Marriage is complex, it's a battle in the long run that requires family support and prayers.

It's well ooh

Madam Estateowner said...

POSTER, If the Edo guy is from Auchi, akoko edo, Sabogida -ora, Ikpele- marry him and you wont regret it but Benin man, Esan especially Uromi, run for your dear life.
Although money can change a man but not in all cases. From your story it seems the guy is naturally a good guy with a good heart. He might not have now but might have tomorrow since the drive is there- no body know tomorrow. But in all ,have you prayed about it? Commit your marital destiny into Go's hands because He knows you more than anyone.

Busola said...

Madam,better get serious with him. So ppl are still tribalistic in this day and time? Mehn thank God for my family o

Anonymous said...

I fear who no fear edo men. Hainnnnnnn. But this your guy sounds diff. So follow your heart.

Fuck you said...

How many ids do u have...kabba people una winch dey inside una blood

Anonymous said...

Chai! Life is a pot of beans.
Poster u make ur boify sound like heaven. Me likey 😍😏😎 If you are not a rebel you would obey your parents, if you do you must try to forget boify. If you marry boify, and anything goes wrong, you will bear the consequences. Life is a risk, but without taking the risk you will never know what would happen and will live in regret.

Zikora said...

If that man is your ordained husband....
Money is not the yardstick...

Adadioramma said...

Zikora God bless you, you are full of wisdom.
Poster this advise is raise to power 2.
Advise like that of Don is full of hatred, be careful how you select advise on this blog.

Anonymous said...

Many of the problems we have in Africa is the stereotype we have about each other. If it is a white person that tells their children don't marry a black person, we will say they are wrong. But among us black we segregate ourselves by the stereotype we inherited from our parents. If we say we are people of the 21st century, enlightened and civilized, then only the things that foster relationship should matter and not where a man or woman comes from and what their people are known for. What makes a man or woman? Is it where they come from or the content of their character and how they treat others?

We would not move forward until we overcome all these misconceptions and stereotyping. My advise: discuss your issues with Mr. B and let him on his own make a commitment to the relationship. One thing I know that when an Edo man loves a woman, come what may, he will love with all his heart, especially a hustler.

Adadioramma said...

So I am not the only observer? The guy is so childish and always comment harshly on every comment.

Adadioramma said...

Poster let me sing Flavour "Ebidosia ona afio, darling darling" to you.
Love is good in a marriage but may not sustain marriage all the time.
Edo's and Yoruba's has the same life style, if you can cope, all the best dear.

Miss Juliet said...

I’m Igbo, throw the man this way. Buh Edo men are okay and most are romantic. You can marry an igbo man dat will deal with u. Tribe has nothing when it comes to marriage. If you love the guy like u said pray to God to soften your parents heart buh make sure u don’t leave a good man cos of your parents mentality cos by d tym dat doctor will start abusing you dey won’t be in d house with u.

Anonymous said...

Thing u heard, not like u have been with them, u just judge. U see now as ur life curve go one side.

Queen Eldaberry said...

Poster, follow your heart. Every tribe has the good, the bad and the ugly side. My Dad is Edo (Esan) while my Mom is Ibo and they've been together for over 35yrs and still going strong. They're are each other's best friend and I think both of them getting married is the best thing that has happened to us the kids. As long as he's loyal and caring,go for him. Edo men are good husbands. Would have married one but...

Anonymous said...

What is it with Kabba people, my boyfriend is from there. Someone should please advice me so as to make am informed decision

Anonymous said...

Run from anything Edo if u want long life. Their men have a stupid mentality that can't be changed. For the sake of your life forget the Edo man. Talking from experience.

Anonymous said...

Edo people passionately hate you slim idiot

Emmy yayo said...

GOD Will bless...That don is a big fool

Greatlady. said...

Lol.
Poster, I also advise you to find out the reason they asked you not to marry from this tribe. It might be from an experience they had.
And ur mom's answer will show u the next step to take whether to reason with her or leave him because an adage says, "a child cannot see even if he climbs to the sun what an elder can see"

An about his hustling, does he have vision? One of the factors that can make a make a man( no gender specific) remain at a phase is if he doesn't have a vision for whatever he does. Does he have the dream of his business growing so big one-day.
If he does, I don't think u should about his money, after all, even those that are rich didn't start rich.

I think why u are very worried about it, is because of the way he treats you.

Cookie, thanks for the space.

Anonymous said...

The wisdom I learnt early in life is never to allow love take me to a place where I would be rejected because of my ethnicity, race and societal status. If you have this at the back of your mind, you will never find yourself sharing stories that touch the heart. As a non Igbo, I cannot fall in love with an Igbo girl. I don't have time to deal with ethnic discrimination. As a Nigerian living abroad, I would never fall in love with a white woman. I have to prove myself as qualified everyday at work, just because of my skin colour. I would never allow thesame in my personal life.
As a young professional from a very comfortable but not wealthy family, I know the calibre of girls I roll with. In fact the daughter of a curent governor in one of the Nigerian states, was quite close to me and her fondness of me was quite visible. She would have said yes to a relationship but I purposely never went to direction with her cause I know her dad is very pompous, rude and would likely have issues because her daughter is not marrying from a family with similar standing.

My principles only applies to me and doesn't mean Everyone should follow them.

Anonymous said...

And those you've been advising to marry "rich men", haven't we been reading their chronicles?
They can "purchase" as many more women as possible; can't they?
Marriage is all about the personality involved; the heart of the man
And God is the one that knows the heart
People should worship him that gives every good and perfect gift; not just for marriage sake only.

Push up said...

Edo guys can love for Africa, there may be disadvantages in marrying people from other places but in this your chronicle those disadvantages do not come to play. I love love when it's true and this seems true. Anyone that wants to break your heart even if he has money or not. He owning a saloon isn't bad, if he is in a good location it will blossom. Try and meet his own people and see if they accept you Cus that is more important. I think you should try and be independent, look for a way of making money. Parents have a way of following their children's decisions when the kids have their own money so get busy. Keep dating him and be honest with him cus he is good, try to get to know the doc too so you can choose wisely

Nina said...

He is your pal,best friend, not just your Lover. This is what we all pray for in marriage...Daily prayers (12 mid night)if u can will change your parents heart dear... They will call you n give u their blessings and their approval ..don't let go of your Love, trust in God...#hugs#

Anonymous said...

Your parents are just a bunch of rabid imbeciles. Very idiotic parents and an irredeemable hopeless daughter.

Aroh Lyna said...

Marry a hustler (whether rich or poor he would never stay broke), please I'd advice you to forget any man that feel your opinion doesn't matter just because he has your parents backing. All you ask for was a good man and God has given him to you a man that would be stingy to you when he is rich won't give you this much now his broke.

amanda favour said...

Side eyes πŸ‘€. LMAO 😁

Anonymous said...

My dear sometimes love is not enough for hold a union. Plz look well before you leap. Cheers

Kidjo(It's A New Dawn) said...

Would ve love to tell you that you re daft but I'm stepping on holy soil (shiloh ground) I can't cuss now, wait till after Shiloh ok.uncivilised archaic baboon.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 17:50;

I agree with you 100 percent, I am also abroad even though I am Igbo. I don't want to live with a white woman so I have programmed my mind not to even see them. Also If I feel your rich family is arrogant, I don't even want to have anything with you unless it's business. I believe I have been surviving comfortably all these while and I am not ready to compromise my esteem for any fucking thing.

That is how I was trying to start something serious with one of my friends, but her Dad thinking everyone fucking cares about his money, always wants to dictate how I am going to live my life, for ordinary dating oo. Imagine!!! We would have solved that but she is scared and wouldn't dare not do what her Dad said while he is in Nigeria and we are here. Menhh I have to ball oo. Inukwa story. Person wey never feed me before.

Fuck you said...

How is exo like middle belt...Hian...Pls Edo is nothing like middle belt far from it...we no get d same character....and stop shouting

Flakes said...

Can you hear yourself !things you ve heard! You need to know that has been the bane of your no "husband" for me.
Ndiala

Anonymous said...

I met an ibo guy. He lost both parents. He started doing baby good morning text, he seem very interested. I told him they never marry outside their tribe. We met and his time changes, he told him he is from Anambra and cannot marry a Yoruba girl. I felt weak to my knees. Since then my heart is aching. I'm 36 and single and totally lost. He complained that no man will want me as celibate. He asked are you a Virgin? I told him no and he says this ur ceibacy thing is stupid. I felt so broken. 4 years of being celibate and 5 years of being single. I already give up. I cannot live another year by myself. Sleep alone, eat and wake up alone. I'm tired

Anonymous said...

@ Sylvia, I’m ibo and married an ibo man. He showed me the real meaning of wickedness. My sister now married an Edo man who treats her like a queen. So kindly just wear your comment like pant and get out of here.

Anonymous said...

Even oyibo do stereotypes,that's why they would tell you blacks have lower IQ etc there are flaws in every tribe,it's up to you to know if you can live with them,there is hardly a Yorba family where you will not see one or several polygamous men but in igbo land there are many families where you will not see a single polygamous man.also igbo men are more hardworking than yoruba men,if you look around you,you will find it is true. There are some things we are born with and some are traditions we accept and we should stop deceiving ourselves about not stereotyping except the stereotypes are a lie,once you can prove It then it is OK but bear in mind that in every rule there are exceptions.No matter the stereotypes some people will be different.

Anonymous said...

Pls poster listen to your parents. Marry your tribe but not necessarily the doctor, you can get another Igbo guy.. Leave the Edo guy, most hustlers are bad news.
I just finished crying as i type this. I married a Yoruba man against my parents wish now im suffering. I'm from the east too. My husband did more than your B while we were dating. He showed me so much love and affection but he was a hustler. He is still a hustler. I contribute heavily to the running of the home now. I have a child. but I'm not happy anymore and I don't even know what to do. he cusses me and talks to me anyhow. nothing I do is good. he is trying to kill my self esteem and make me feel worthless. I cry most days. I'm losing weight everyday. emotional abusers are worst than those that beat you. he doesn't beat me but he complains about everything I do. talks down at me and can talk from morning till night. I saw this nagging spirit in him while dating but overlooked it . I thought it was not something serious since he was so loving. Back then, he would complain and talk about one thing I did for hours. I would fall asleep at night and he would still be talking. I felt it was not enough reason to leave him. Now after 6 yrs he has graduated to something else. neighbours hear him talk down at me everyday. I don't know who to report to. I would have left him if not for my child. She is only 5 and and I wonder what will become of her. He is threatening me that he will not leave my child for me. how do I abandon my pretty girl and go? I can take care of her but he won't leave her for me. I'm so sad. I regret marrying this man, wish i can turn back the hands of time. So confused. To think my mum and brother warned me. Dear God, I did not ask for a sad marriage. Why? I was happy as a single working class lady

Anonymous said...

I thought Twas my boo you were talking about oo. From Edo state, elder bro I'm Germany. Till I saw saloon and not buoyant. Ok bye!

enoma osaigbovo said...

Wow...see as them done finish we Edo guys!

Anonymous said...

leave Mr B alone...stop draining him financially...He's not your mugu. Listen to your parents, please listen to them ooo..don't ruin the Edo guys life further.

Tribe and creed knows no man when death is staring you in the face

Anonymous said...

Babe God will send you surprises soon.

Anonymous said...

Ur parents actually taught u nothing

Chuks Bruno said...

Let your heart lead you aright and don't be confused by the monetary aspect

Anonymous said...

I hardly comment but on this issue I will cos it's my area of experience.
I am ibo married to an edo guy.
At first my dad was like I must marry an ibo guy since im d ada.
My dear, long story short, it's been 7 years of marital bliss.
My parents love him like kilode.
My husband is my greatest blessing.
Did I mention that we had little or nothing before we got married?
We did "ajo' for our house rent and wedding.
Today by the grace of God we have a place of our own.
As long as your guy is number 1 God fearing, number 2 loves you, number 3 legit, my sister nothing do you.

Anonymous said...

Poster I wish I could meet you. You sound like a male version of me. I’m also in the US and very single.

Anonymous said...

You sound like an undateable..check yourself...your comfortable use of gutter language is appalling.I am not rich but i will not let my daughter date you with the way you speak.

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