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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Nigerian Woman Verbally Attacks Young Girl Having A Body Tattoo

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The woman in a video posted on IG is seen asking the girl "Where is your father? Where is your mother? Where is your brother? Where are your sisters? Who has left you?"

The onlookers were unfazed too.

I am sure she was concerned but Nigerians should learn to mind their Business please!

40 comments:

  1. Hope she was not arrested though.

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  2. This woman should freaking mind her business, if I were the one she was talking to , I would so insult her hennn, she go know how far, who d hell are u to stop people on the road and rubbish them on their life choices? Are everyone in her family living right? Let her go nd preach to them nd make sure her nieces nd nephews are living right .. nonsense

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    1. Rubbish! Oya o! I have tattoos and piercings, come and beat me! Hian!

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  3. African this , African that, African mothers , African morality! Yet Africa is backward nd the people are barbaric , with plenty churches and mosques !! Make ona go rest abeg

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    1. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere AKA Mrs Always RIGHT25 October 2017 at 12:33

      Anon 11.34 please go and dig up the history of england in the medieval era and see what life was like back then in the england you are all clamouring to go. They have gone through shit to be where they are today. I so hate to hear people constantly say africa is backward, the europe and america you are all worshipping today did not start the way you see it now. Those countries evolved. Africa is evolving too. Give us a break. Kilode.

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    2. But iya the way Africa is going, I don’t see any change coming in the next 300 yrs. it’s a mentality problem!! Blacks don’t want to grow!! They hurt money in burial grounds nd do show offs.. let me not talk abeg

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  4. why wont they be unfazed? That kind act dont allow someone to keep quiet o.

    Just like i saw one small girl when i was coming back from work and one stupid boy was just pressing her anyhow, i drove where they are and told the girl, the slap i will give you, you will know if you dont move fast?

    I can talk when i see younger people misbehaving but putting tatoos on body, nothing concern me at all, i wont blink an eye to that.

    Mama went too far, is it not oyibo children that no one can control?

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    1. Godbless you, the way people praise nonsense is becoming alarming.

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    2. Me too can talk when I see a child going astray. But this tattoo own is not one of those things I can talk about to a child I don't have personal relationship with. Cos the child would have made up his/her mind to do it. So my talking might not have any effect.

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  5. Yes! Our own idi too much jare! Nah obersabi I take this as!


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  6. Meaning? How dare she???😬 Mscheeew

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  7. anonymous to bahd25 October 2017 at 11:36

    It is part of "minding our business" that led us here Stella. Codeine and weed and wanton sex and crime and corruption. So no, lets not mind out business, lets get involved and be out brother's keeper by speaking up when we see bad and wrong and evil and sick and unjust! You can't be generous on the one hand and then turn a blind eye to malaise on the other! Mba nu!

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  8. Hehehehe like say na them care pass. Yinmu.

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  9. Hahahahahaha, that is Naija mothers for you o. Sometimes they will ask you if your mother was around when you are leaving house.

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    1. And youths are still involved in bad vices? Let them face their kids nd leave others alone

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  10. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere AKA Mrs Always RIGHT25 October 2017 at 11:47

    Mind your damn business woman. As long as they are not my children, i don't care. Two girls were kissing in front of my husband and i at a tube station in barcelona, we just pretended as if it was normal but we were disgusted. If they are not your children abeg mind your business and face front or else high blood pressure will finish you. I guess it's her first time abroad.

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  11. What rubbish? She's lucky she met the wrong person. I don't tolerate scolding from strangers and in my experience, people like this have worse children at home. They only come outside to portray what they haven't been able to achieve with their kids at home.

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    1. Don’t mind her, they will leave the log in their eyes and want to remove other people’s own.
      Busy body!

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    2. Don’t mind them, their kids are not well behaved o

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  12. Yes the girl is naked but she looks like an adult and can do whatever the hell she wants. Keep it moving and mum your damn business

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  13. Concerned about what? Wetin concern her? I'm sure as holy as she thinks her kids are they might even have some terrible characters that the tattoo girl doesn't have.

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  14. Minding our business has done more harm than good

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    1. Oya go nd correct people on the road nd get slapped or beaten

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  15. The woman has no right to rubbish the girl abeg is it her tattoo in D first place.And people like this can't even control their children at home they go out be forming what they are not mtcheeeeeeeew!! Me i have a very obvious tattoo on my arm nobody dares to rubbish me about it if they tries it na fire for fire.

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  16. Seriously they should mind their business! what is her business there? this one na trouble dey sleep inyanga go wake am.

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  17. The funny thing is her children, brothers, sisters at home are even worst ooo

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  18. Lol @ who has left you? Does this madam think she's in lagos? Some Nigerians are outright nosey parkers! lmao!

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  19. Wow.... She could have done ot privately if truly she wanted to talk some sense to her as a concerned mum or whatever

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  20. I will give her a thunderous brain resetting slap!!

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  21. I hate oyinbo lifestyle.

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  22. Their life, their business

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  23. STELLA THIS CAPTION IS WRONG SHE WAS NOT GETTING A TATTOO I HAVE SEEN THE VIDEO BEFORE.
    SHE WAS NAKED AND THE PAINTER WAS APPLYING BODY PAINT THATS WHY EVERYONE WAS GATHERED.

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