Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Two Face!!!

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Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Two Face!!!

After reading this,check around you very well and begin to Identify your personal two face.....










These set f people only hang around you for reasons best known to them and not for the sake of Friendship...

They lip praise you,lick your axx and turn around to stab you....
Some of you cannot identify the two faces around you because you are also someone else' two face and too busy doing the same thing your two face is doing to you......

Whilst you make a turn around to get the two faced people out of your life,make sure you also vacate someone else's life.....

Two face will steal your man/woman or poison your relationship/Marriage....
Two face will be angry that you got the dream job and do everything to stop you from excelling...

Two face might just be there for the crumbs they can get ....

Whatever it is..Identify your two face and don't let them get two close.....

You got a two face story?

22 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Hmmmm....a good advice especially to those that have lots of friends

MonkeyNoFineTheTafiaMama said...

We all are two face. There are people I am so close too genuinely and there are the ones i go too and lick their ass for wat I want to benefit from them. It's call business ...... once you need something like info,ideals,or wat will benefit you from someone you not too close to THEN you've got no choice than to go close to them .....

Unknown said...

Many times you are innocent in the two faced ish.Pple come you trust them easily cos they say what you want to hear and many times cos you're a good person.This year has taught me to trust no one only family.God help us

Kay Bee said...

I don't keep much friends. The few I have have seen 15 years and counting with me!

Mz Lynn said...

On Point...
Sometimes, it seems hard to let go a friendship, esp one so long, but put the sanctity of your mind first. Protect yourself, subtly walk away from toxic people...and stop playing into their hands.

Anonymous said...

Went with my fiance to my "pastor" for counseling. A man he had known and encouraged me to date. He immediately began to woo the man to switch to our church, even trying to quote scriptures to convince him. But my fiance (now husband) by the Grace of God knows the scriptures more than him. When he saw he wasn't succeeding in his bid, he began to work on me to "dump him". It was not just too late but too shameful of him. He will see my fiance and call him by his fond name and talk sweet. He will see me and advice me to "dump him etc.". The love we have for each other was so strong. We've been together for four years and built trust; no immorality. And the visions we had from God ourselves were just impeccable. When he saw that we were headed to wed, he began working on my friends and members of the church not to attend the wedding even calling us "cultists etc.". It was still too late . . . had built integrity and a model chaste life among the congregants. Most came to the "cult" and saw the glorious wedding.

Please be advised to have a personal relationship with Jesus and not one "through your pastor" or G.O. Man can fail you, but Jesus can't!

Anonymous said...

Introduced my fiance to my pastor. A man he had known and encouraged me to date. He immediately began to woo the man to switch to our church, even trying to quote scriptures to convince him. But my fiance (now husband) by the Grace of God knows the scriptures more than him. When he saw he wasn't succeeding in his bid, he began to work on me to "dump him". It was not just too late but too shameful of him. He will see my fiance and call him by his fond name and talk sweet. He will see me and advice me to "dump him etc.". The love we have for each other was so strong. We've been together for four years and built trust; no immorality. And the visions we had from God ourselves were just impeccable. When he saw that we were headed to wed, he began working on my friends and members of the church not to attend the wedding even calling us "infidels etc.". It was still too late . . . had built integrity and a model chaste life among the congregants. Most came to the "infidel's assembly" and saw the glorious wedding.

Please be advised to have a personal relationship with Jesus and not one "through your pastor" or G.O. Man can fail you, but Jesus can't!

Anonymous said...

Introduced my fiance to my pastor. A man he had known and encouraged me to date. He immediately began to woo the man to switch to our church, even trying to quote scriptures to convince him. But my fiance (now husband) by the Grace of God knows the scriptures more than him. When he saw he wasn't succeeding in his bid, he began to work on me to "dump him". It was not just too late but too shameful of him. He will see my fiance and call him by his fond name and talk sweet. He will see me and advice me to "dump him etc.". The love we have for each other was so strong. We've been together for four years and built trust; no immorality. And the visions we had from God ourselves were just impeccable. When he saw that we were headed to wed, he began working on my friends and members of the church not to attend the wedding even calling us "infidels etc.". It was still too late . . . had built integrity and a model chaste life among the congregants. Most came to the "infidel's assembly" and saw the glorious wedding.

Please be advised to have a personal relationship with Jesus and not one "through your pastor" or G.O. Man can fail you, but Jesus can't!

snarKer said...

Gbam! Was about to make a similar comment. Like it or not, we've all at some point in life been two-faced. We all have someone that we've smiled in their face but went and gossiped and said stuff behind their back and we've had people do that to us too.

DON™ said...

Praise singers
I distance myself from people that hail others, check well, they are liars. They have hidden motives
When they start hailing you, be careful.
I hate them.

St.FranKooL.... said...

#Always keep your ears close to the ground! Not everything that is happening can be seen with our naked eyes*

Justyswt said...

I have a two face neighbour. He is always talking good in front of u but go to ur back to backbite u. I just avoid him and his wife now. Abeg I don't have that time for gossip.

TheLagosShopper(Goods and services 4rm the popular Lagos markets to anywhere in naija?07030493148) said...

God has been good to me all round but he has blessed me with good friends,all my friends are way more than 10years and I have not had the reason to doubt any of them.we have respect for each other and we no dey put mouth for wetin no concern us,no unsolicited advice too!

DON™ said...

Any lucid mind don't need this your advice. I think you should go and tell it to your 'oh Yes' members.
Carry pastors for head like expired gala.. 🚶

DON™ said...

Any lucid mind don't need this your advice. I think you should go and tell it to your 'oh Yes' members.
Carry pastors for head like expired gala.. 🚶

DON™ said...

Correct

EESAH (Mr Nobody) said...

Watch all the two faced people here come out and start claiming they are good people. They are they real definition of two faced but they don't know cause they've got their asses way up in the practice. Awon hypocrites


😂😂😂😂

Anonymous said...

Gosh!! I am tired of everyone calling everyone names. It is just too negative. Our parents generation was all about name calling stupid, idiot, oloriburuku etc now our generation it is all about fake friend, two face, shady... it’s just too much, you can’t even breathe and let your hair down without the fear of being called fake or two face if you fall out. Sorry Stella, it has been on my mind recently, almost every Nigerian blog you go it is about bashing someone else. If it is not abusing slay queens today, it is fake friends tomorrow, following day it is two face people... it will be nice to have more positivity in the way we Nigerians relate to each other. Everyone is so skeptical of their friends, neighbors etc.. Now I am even afraid to get close to Nigerians friends for the fear of being tagged..

Anonymous said...

@Don
Did you read that comment at all? You totally misunderstood the import of that comment. It is not a sin to have a pastor. What is sinful is to blindly follow a pastor in place of Christ, blindly closing ones eyes to the instructions of the Bible for that of "a pastor". This lady here did not follow her pastor blindly, she in fact, ceased to be a member of that church because of her pastor's behavior and that is what Christ taught:

Remember your leaders, who spoke the word of God to you. Consider the outcome of their way of life and imitate their faith. Hebrews 13:7

Thank God that there are still people who follow Christ and not pastors.

Anonymous said...

Like seriously, I was in Nigeria for holiday last October, Ohh my God. I kept on asking what is wrong with everybody, I mean every fucking body. Is it poverty or greed or what? People just do things that I don't even understand what's in their mind. I mean silly silly things. Just to swerve you of things that are worth nothing, I mean friends oo not even strangers. Choii.

Anonymous said...

I am two faced,u are two faced,we are all two faced.

Anonymous said...

Be careful
Of those who say a lot to you about others for they would say a lot to others about you

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