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Monday, June 08, 2020

Actress Peggy Ovire Puts A Tag On Igbo Men...

Actress Peggy Ovire has said what she said.....................
Do you agree?





185 comments:

  1. Hehehehehehe.....maybe the ones she's been with are unromantic...

    My igbo brothers are very caring o that I know for a fact🀣🀣

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    1. She's actually dumber than she looks!!



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    2. There's a difference between being caring and being romantic!

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. That actor really did her strong thing o. What exactly happened to her? Did she abort d baby or what? She looks preggy without belle

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    4. why does she look like that?

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    5. Thanks Ms. A for pointing out the difference.

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    6. It's "I am" no "Am" in my house. No wonder they are never romantic with you.

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    7. What difference has Ms. A pointed out? She just explain it.

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    8. She looks pregnant

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    9. Caring is different from Romantic nah...

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    10. Igbo men are 100% caring and _ 100% unromantic.

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    11. See her semi real face

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    12. Better an unromantic igbo man than a "romantic" stingy yoruba demon romancing the whole neighborhood and shamelessly chopping your money on top. I miss dating igbo guys. Chai

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    13. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ₯ΊπŸ˜‚Saphire why???

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    14. She said romantic not caring. Hian

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    15. My father is super romantic and he even made us that way.
      Always having one surprise or the other, he knows how to make you feel so special.

      My hubby even learnt and now supersedes my own level of romance. Whenever he comes up with something i always think I'll figure it out but he beats me to it everytime.

      I have only dated two igbo guys and they were pretty romantic to me.

      But my father is one romantic igbo man😍

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    16. 21.28 where in dis post did they mention yoruba. You must always bring ur bigotry here.
      No one force you to follow yoruba men ehn. Dem curse nna. Na by force?

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    17. Anon 21:28 why not try and be civil rather than bringing other tribe into this, why not back up your argument with facts???

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    18. Thank God Peggy isn't yoruba, we won't have heard the last of it today.

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    19. She meant arm in my house which means only her arm is in her house but her legs are wandering from one igbo man dick to another.

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    20. Omg anonymous 21:28 You're so on point with your experience. So true!!! Yoruba men are something else o.why are they comfortable eating women's money and not being responsible. God forbid . Stay away from yoruba men if you love yourself. They're extremely dirty and lazy!!! Jesus!!!

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    22. Crazyhornywife9 June 2020 at 06:14

      Anony 3.26 , we all can say our views without insults.

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    23. What happened madam or sir,abeg easy ooo this life is not hard now.

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    24. Anon 3:26, haba!! That was uncalled for. To all those anons insulting Yoruba men up thereπŸ‘†The post isn't even about Yoruba men. The Lady that made the post isn't a Yoruba lady. So why drag Yoruba men into this? You just had to show your tribalist selfs. You really can do better!

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    25. Anon 3:26,I'm so ashamed of you by hiding under anonymous to type that shit!!!!You are s coward mehn and know you are a popular bv.Yoruba men defender, tueh

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    26. Anon 3:26, can't you pass your msg across without the insults?? Jeez! What's with the public dog, cunt and all. πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„. Biko, life is not that hard. Breathe in....., now breathe out. Drink water, and relax.

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    27. Anonymous 03:26, this excoriation tainted the gutter language and obvious resentment, can't be only because the owner of a blog didn't stop a comment from being posted, and allegedly stopped others from being posted, can it? So what makes you different from the ignorant bigots you so copiously ranted about? The funny thing about people such as yourself is, you allow yourself to be enveloped with so much anger and malice that you end up with an uncanny resemblance to the very person or people you criticize.

      Allow me illuminate the poverty of your mentality. From your infantile outbursts, it is clear you've allowed this toxicity fester, this is certainly not a one day or one week old feeling, no? Why then do you keep reading contents from the blog of "a fucking public dog"? Who keeps inhaling pepper spray and keeps barking about the burning effects? Isn't it logical to stop reading contents from a blog owned by someone you so despise? But no, you can't help yourself because you enjoy living with some much bile. Which brings me to my next point...

      Let's assume, for argument sake, that Stella is or was a prostitute, how the hell is that relevant to the issue at hand? You say she is a fucking moron and a bitter goon? What could be more moronic and bitter than calling a wife and a mother a prostitute and the other "colourful"words you so generously described her as, not because she made an offensive comment but because she posted comments you found offensive? You do realise that this blog has a disclaimer posted at the end of every thread or were you too preoccupied fishing for comments that incites anger and activates your caveman mentality?

      If you have an issue with Stella why not address it in a civilised manner? Why fight dirty and sound like a bat out of hell? Just read the filthy comment you wrote out of unbridled anger and immaturity. You're even more annoying than those you criticize. Stop being a hypocrite and quit reading this blog since it vexes you so. As for the curses you've so ignorantly laid, if such foolishness were potent, do you think this blog would still be existing, or you think you are the first to come out guns blazing and curses flying? I hope you got to feel a tad better after such a vile tirade. Let's hope it was somewhat worth it and you became less constipated.

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    28. This person @3:26 is sick and needs help just like the people that posted about Yoruba men but in your case, you need help faster!!! You can not tell me you are fine with this smelly outburst. God!!! Still looking for what warranted that but it is obviously deep rooted.

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    29. 🀣🀣 this one experienced seizuressssss because of comments. Take it easy, Life ain’t that hard. Learn to overlook and move pass comments that might irk you rather than disgracing your ancestors in public by dancing naked. πŸ₯ƒ oya manage this and breatheeeeee, I know it’s too early. God loves you. I love you too 😘.

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    30. May God forgive you. Those words are too mean and uncalled for.

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    31. Anon 3:26, who are you?
      Why are you so bitter? Chill please. Stay calm. All those words up there are uncalled for.
      SDK I know and I can vouch for because her identity is not hidden.
      You should apologise and repent for your own good /progress.
      The fact that people in this blog are being tribalistic is beyond her control and she does her best to tame it.
      🌹🌹

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    32. @3:26 You are excessively bitter, as in it has eaten extremely deep inside of you.. You are already done for!!!!!! You actually think you are doing Mrs Korkus? I put it to you that you are doing yourself.. Because as it is this bitterness if you don't stop and change is gonna ruin you. Smh πŸ™‡

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    33. 3:26 Stella has shown you how unbiased she is by posting this bile you spewed out.
      Stella is not responsible for people's bigotry.

      Making comments under anonymous does not mean you cannot be traced.
      Your footprint is on the internet with your email account and IP address.

      You are responsible for whatever comment you leave on the internet (blogs and social media handles).

      I am not speaking for Stella because I know she is a professional journalist.

      You just have to watch your heart, your finger and what you type in case you anger leads you to post where it would not be ignored.

      Beware❗

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  2. She has not met my brothers..... 😏😏😏😏

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    1. Some of them always think that, just because they bleached their skin and displays their breasts for the whole world to see, that every man would be crawling to their feet. No, not every man thinks with his dick.



      Aunty sit up, you're sitting on your brain 😏πŸ₯΄

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    2. What is this one even saying, na your bleach? She has every right to choose the kind of man she wants ok?

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    3. Apple 🍏 o gini? Easy Biko nne

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    4. Nor has she met mine. Na them know where them dey go to meet all the kinds of things they describe online.

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    5. It’s I’M not AM
      arghhhhhhh

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    6. No wonder with her "am" they are not lomancing her very well.

      Peggy up your game inugo.

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    7. lgbo men are the best and
      My brothers are married.

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  3. Not all Peggy. I'm from Edo and I have dated an Igbo guy before that made me swoon with love. too bad distance separated us.

    She is now looking very fat ! is she still dating Frederick Leonard?

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    1. Freddy do am strong thing πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. One don show her so now is all igbo men lol..

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    3. 21:00 Freddy no try πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    4. Maybe she is indirectly taking a yab at Leonard

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    5. Not all igbo men.
      It's like saying all men are cheat or unromantic, I think it's the ones she has met.
      I hate when people generalize when its just one or two experiences they've had.

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    6. ...taking a *jab* not 'yab' ...

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  4. Can she choose a romantic man over a successful man? Lots of you don't even know what you want

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    1. That's another angle,some successful men aren't romantic cos they believe once they give you money,you need nothing more.You see broke fine guys,na dem dey romantic pass.Nothing to offer but dicks. Our preference is different

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    2. A successful uncaring and stingy man, I jump and pass.

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    3. There a very high percentage of Nigerian Men, that are unromantic. It’s a culture thing. Not a tribal one.

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  5. Bianca Ojukwu is typing about her late husband...

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    1. Noble Igwe is typing...

      Powede’s Husband is typing

      Dilly Umenyiora is typing...

      E Money is typing...

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    2. πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘✔️✔️✔️

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  6. Her opinion. Guess she has her reasons. Who am l to argue with her.

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  7. Not to me. The might not know how to express the way they feel, but as far as I'm concerned, they're about the sweetest men in Nigeria.
    When you talk about men who put their women and children first, you're talking about the Igbo man!
    The wealth of the Igbo man is displayed on his wife and children.
    An Igbo man would buy his wife a 2019 SUV and be driving a 2006 model sedan.

    Please, I give it up for the IGBO MAN...

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    1. That’s being caring not lomantic πŸ˜‚. Tell igbo man to wash plate especially after you don drop 1 or 2 kids! Tell igbo man to lomance you wella make you de same lomance rever with am before penetrating! Tell igbo man to kiss or peck you in public! 🀣🀣🀣 Abeg I is waiting for your robust lesponse 😘.

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    2. @White Enchantress, I saw what you did there! "Lomantic"πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†
      Lomance me baibe... Nne what do you mean by lomance

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    3. TWE Nawa for you oo πŸ‘…πŸ˜πŸ˜„

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    4. @The white enchantress, tell an uneducated or half-baked Nigerian man from any tribe to do all you listed and see if being romantic is by tribe.

      Summary::the tag is senseless.

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    5. Oh my! White enchantressπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    6. @ white enchantress shebi if igbo man is caring as you say and you ask him to get a maid, he will gladly get you one to be helping you clear his plate. Aye o le o. Yoruba girl here in love with igbo guys. Yoruba boys are too stingy and promiscuous. I've noticed. I've always liked igbo guys but distance always separate us. The few yoruba guys mehn na to dey tell you them no get money but na lie. They have spent it on their low class side chics.

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    7. Enchantress, however you look at it, I think I still "plefer Igbo rove"πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£...

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    8. Auntie Anon, there’s a difference between caring and romantic. That’s what my comment is all about. Please life ain’t that hard. Have fun.
      Ms.A 🀣🀣🀣 Nnem na as we Dey talk iti.
      ChyAda, nwanne gba break πŸ˜‚.i rove you too 😘

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    9. Exactly...absolutely senseless

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    10. Hahaha no be only lomance.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    11. This is funny to me cus na my hubby like PDA pass me. Like i won't even know how to act at times cus it feels like na him do love pass.
      I even get embarrassed.

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    12. Lol, reminds me of Beverly Osu's husband in Jennifer's diary, serious nna men somebody.

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    13. @white enchantress, you do kwa funny nno'oo🀣.
      Lomancing and roving igbo men sef..
      MS A got the rib-cracker too.. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ Nice sense of humour.. πŸ‘πŸ€£

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    14. That one na olden days Ibo men. Nowadays Ibo men drive flashy cars.

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    15. Yoruba men and flirting na 5/6.

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    1. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    2. I actually see them as very caring and loyal people πŸ‘ŒπŸ½

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  9. Is she still with Fred Leonard?

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    1. For where. Them Don share garri since

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    2. That Fredrick na Oga pata pata for singles boys association.

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  10. why will you taste all the Igbo men?

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  11. Who romantic “eep”? πŸ™„

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  12. Igbo guys to me are far more romantic that the Yoruba men o... It's her view though

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    1. I believe you are mixing up generosity with romance aka sweet mouth, sweet names, flowers and all that ..Yoruba men get that one well but may leave you and run ..igbo man won't give you sweet mouth but will take care of you some ladies like sweet mouth ..others money ..but I've seen where a woman left a rich man because she eventually missed the romance and start dating poor guy because he gave her attention ..this world is really a pot of beans

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    2. They haff come, she isn't comparing she is only saying what she knows πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    3. @Hurpe...na real DEM!!
      The lady saying it is not even from the yoruba tribe so why turn it into a tribal war @ tendermee.🀦‍♀️

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    4. Thank you..as a yoruba babe I can confirm this. Don't know where this craze for yoruba men came from..yorba men and their in law wahala, yoruba demon shenanigans. Very off putting to me. Then many yoruba men expect 50/50 relationship or build a man up type of relationship, or struggle love. I have no energy for that in my life abeg

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    5. @hurpe.... Na dem

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    6. Stop the comparison of different tribes she never did that in her post.

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    7. Yemi thank you its like they cursed them with yoruba men,they must mention them,is it obsession. When many of you are loose they must chop you and take off na. Is it everyman you must follow.

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  13. I don't know her own definition of Romantic 😏

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  14. Igbo men are not naturally romantic when it comes to all that buying flowers, pet names and PDA stuff.
    Their romance Language is to take good care of you financially. They drop the money even before you ask.

    Come to take a good look at it, how many women of nowadays accepts flowers and going for for a walk in the garden, going for picnic and going for hiking?
    Many of them prefer other monetary gifts and other expensive material gifts.

    Igbo man go call you Nne instead of darling πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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    1. Ms A woman with sense πŸ˜„πŸ˜

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    2. Na flower l go chop?

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    3. Ms A, you really know them! They speak the only love language I understandπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚...

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    4. Ma A, ngwa 😘 iji ya Nne 😘. You is talking the true.

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    5. Exactly. My friends husband spoils her with money but she complains of lack of attention...

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  15. I wonder what she will say about Edo men.

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  16. I think its a stereotype. Iv dated yoruba/ibo men. One ibo guy in particular was very romantic,caring and extremly generous. The guy just didnt have my time,didnt joke with his biz. Always looking for money.

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    1. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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    2. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  17. This her picture no follow abeg...
    Is it just me, kinda noticed that almost every new generation actress are thick or fat..
    Being thick is very cute when you are in your 20's &30's...
    Immediately, you clock 40 & the waist pain starts kicking in...
    Omo, shakara don end oh😭😁

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    1. You make me remember that song that year, who sing am again?

      Shakara don end ohπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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  18. Her chest is well-endowed...πŸ˜œπŸ˜œπŸ˜‹

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    1. Bv Kelvin is this you?🧐

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  19. who is she? we dont know her here in kafanchan

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    1. LmaooπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, osii norr kafanchan??
      Ugo leave me abeg.

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    2. Who told you to live in Kafanchan??
      Wait oh, l always thought you live in PH

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    3. @Anony 21:18,it's like he's graduated from RSU or uniport and relocated to Kafanchan, onyema?? 🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

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  20. Lol the ibo man I dated was romantic af tho.
    The first guy that’s ever bought me flowers. A very full bouquet.
    Alas, We were just too busy for each other.

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    1. Ah, nobody should try and bring me flowers in real life o, the ones have watched in Movies don do me.. Because if I was given one, I go dey smile in appreciation but in my mind I will be like "kini bobo yii fe kin fi flowers shey bayii nitori olohun lai kín shey ounje" 🀷

      Sorry if you don't understand Yoruba o πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. πŸ˜„ I understand.
      But trust you’d totally love the feeling.

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣 Tadeeeee

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    4. Ain't you such a good comedienne?? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€¦‍♀️.

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    5. Tade you're funny but is the truth flower kin she oúnjẹ bẹni kín she aṣọ imurode.

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    6. 😩😩😩😩😩😩😩

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    7. Lmao Tade I'm a huge sucker for flowers πŸ’
      I love to receive flowers and chocolates 🍫 😍
      I mean thats one of my best gifts πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ you're hilarious πŸ˜† 🀣

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    8. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ 🀣 🀣 🀣

      @Y'all a simple romantic letter/text alone can do it for me. I will be be melting like a shea butter πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      @yemi oooo no lies 🀣



      @choc.. I can manage chocolate with the letter πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      Beautiful day to you all 😘

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  21. My Igbo brothers over to you

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  22. Hain biko my brothers are very romantic.

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  23. Hahaha maybe Fred did her popiπŸ˜‚. It depends on the ones she has been meeting,I mean if it's a core Igbo business man,I doubt he will be romantic.
    Peggy ndo πŸ˜‚


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  24. With that her ink rotten teeth? Intense your prayer point that Igbo guys will notice you. Nonsense and ingredients

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    1. But you and I know that our igbo KINGS do not roll with just anything naw, they got specs Mann.
      Kedu ife nwanna ga eji onyea di ka agadi ekeugba mehh kwanu nne?? Abeg leave her let her get her five seconds of fame inugo??
      Don't know why she left her tribes men in the first place to come fool around with them igbo royalties😩😩.
      Dear Peggy I think you should be more interested in taking proper care of yourself and appreciate because you look rather too old and worn out for your actual age.

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    2. @ Chisom, OK we have heard you.
      But honestly, Peggy looks beautiful and good for her age. She's got specs & fame too.
      Can we see "CHISOM" picture in the next IHN to compare (pls add your age to the picture too).
      Royalties don't curse easily if you're oneπŸ₯±πŸ₯±πŸ₯±.
      @white enchantress and Olawealth,I need your help here for a minute, correct me if I'm wrong pls. Does royalties curse out easily?

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  25. She looks like Regina Ned Nwoko.

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  26. She's no longer in Frederick class. The guy has moved on to bigger things.

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    1. Bigger things with that his bleached out skin.

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    2. Thats one thing I don't like about Frederick....bleaching🀧

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    3. And fake accents ah!

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  27. We like them like that.

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  28. She must have been with a lot of my Igbo brothers to conclude this project topic.

    We need to know the research methodology/hypothesis she used. The references that also helped her to complete the analysis will also be of help so we can agree with her that there was thorough analysis before the conclusion hence no hard feelings in pouring out her mind

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    1. Scientific effico!πŸ‘ŒπŸ€£πŸ€£

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  29. Majority of them are not romantic but they are caring.

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    1. And I think I prefer caring over the fake romantic that will be going behind my back to say/ do something different. Cough cough yoruba demons

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    2. Anon 21:40, leave Yoruba people alone now. Follow your igbo men and stop disturbing us!! Ewo ni gbogbo radarada oshi! !

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    3. Seriously, y’all should leave other tribes outta this discussion. The reason behind the post wasn’t to compare. It’s actually getting annoying even for me that isn’t yoruba. Stop the comparison and just enjoy the flow of the discussions.!

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  30. With the way she looks, she will scare the romance out of Romeo!

    No true Igbo man will look at her 'once' much less spend his hard-learned 'ego' on ber.

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    1. Kpomkwemm!! Eziokwu they say is truly nduu!,dalu nne for typing the absolute truth.

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    2. on *her* (typo)

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    3. *hard-earned* 'ego' on *her* (typo)

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  31. My Igbo brothers are caring to a fault but ifuru romantic putabanu oo.It's not really their thing,I mean majority of them.Send ordinary romantic message to my hubby,his reply will be Nne kee nke na afio?udo odikwa?idi broke? πŸ˜… The matter long biko

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Ada, your comment made laugh so loud and hard. Oh my! πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

      Gorgeously Human

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    3. I am in love with your husband already πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    4. 😜😜😜😜 ADA, your hubby issa lomantic caring man.

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    5. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    6. Adannaya πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ 'Ego ji olu', 'ego n' egbu okwu'. (Money answereth all things)
      Nne, di gi ma ife aluu. πŸ‘
      (Your husband knows whatsup).

      Don't mind me, just a little bit of both will do. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      I like some me-time and lots of personal earnings.

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  32. If u r looking for unromantic men come to Igala men in Kogi state. They r so proud n full of themselves on top of local pride.

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  33. but why will she ask me to come and beat her, or is she encouraging me to commit domestic violence?

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  34. The igbos won't like this ooo

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  35. Folks CARING and being ROMANTIC are not the same.

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  36. I believe she's talking from experience tho! Yes they are caring but no romantic cos of their consistent quest for money

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  37. Hahaha I'm Igbo, yes they're not romantic but they're very caring and generous. Haven't dated outside my tribe so I don't know if it's the same for others. But I have a question for BVs who have dated around... pls I have two suitors now..yourba (Ogun) or Edo guy.. which tribe is better?

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    1. The one with a better character and better family members should be your concern, not the tribe

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    2. 21:34 please, if you have an unromantic but caring suitor from your Igbo tribe that checks your boxes, stick to your tribe.

      I only advise people to marry from other tribes if 1.)you grew up within that other tribe, know their culture, speak their language and CAN ADAPT or 2.) if you both were raised outside your tribe and both your parents have cosmopolitan outlook to life.
      However, if you pray and are convinced to marry regardless of 1 & 2 above, that's okay as your choice.

      Life already comes with lots of challenges for one to add more friction to it.

      **Please note: my comment is from personal experience. Individual discretion allowed. ✌️❤️

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  38. Why is she looking so fat? She come to waist trainer join.

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  39. The average Nigerian man is not romantic

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  40. Those of you asking Fred Leonard is married..they once dated

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  41. Most sensitive tribe in Nigeria. Something you should just laugh about. See as dem carry the matter for head. My ibo friends can turn their wives to slaves. I remember my university days, Ben girlfriend can fetch water from the well die.

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  42. I agree. I have dated two and they are all the same. They use money and you confuse it for caring and love manipulate you eh. Na them they always either kill their wife for America or have mother in law palava

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  43. I put it to you that Ikemba Odumegwu Ojukwu is the most romantic man ever lived! And he is Igbo! I am in my house come and beat me. #IsaidwhatIssid#

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  44. Hypocrite they know the truth, but because a non igbo said it fools are insulting her. Giving money is not romance

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    1. The annoying thing is the fact that they're dragging Yoruba men! The lady in question is not even from the Yoruba tribe. Nawa!

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  45. She's right! They are brutish, super controlling and arrogant. They believe romance is giving you money and material things

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  46. If you dont stand your ground and continue with your career, you will turn into their mother, sister and grandmother. Any small thing, how can a married woman do this or a married woman do that? You try to look nice and it is for another man! Igbo men are sweet if they are have dated different tribes and races and gotten dealt with, then they will start singing your praises. It depends on who you marry. Their insecurity no be here ooo!

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  47. See this Low budget Chika Ike, Urhobo wayo.

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  48. The truth Is that in every tribe, there are the good and the bad. I am Igbo, and the experiences I have had with Igbo guys are terrible, Owerri, Ngo-okpala and Orlu guys to be precise. Some guys from these axis are terrible, looking for women to mooch off. Empty pockets oo, but too arrogant and domineering. You go turn to slave, very selfish and lazy. Not all igbo guys are hardworking just like is obtained in other tribes. I am presently dating a yoruba guy, he is a good man. What I am saying is you can't judge all igbo men unromantic, some really are very very romantic. You can't also stereotype all yoruba guys as demons, we have very good yoruba men. Most of us talk from our different experiences but we have not dated ALL the men from those tribes na, have we?

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    1. Anon, 8:45. You're right. All tribes have good and bad. True.

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  49. I think “The white enchantress”, “Mrs A” and the hilarious “Ada”have said it all. Today’s women equate money with caring and caring is neither money nor romance. Not to support any tribe but I would like attention from my husband of thirty years who still does dishes, groceries and cooks when he gets home before I do. The kids are grown up and have their own places but we had Friday evening dates at different restaurants before COVID, play scrabble and chess and laugh! I prefer that to him working 4 jobs to care for my extended family and his plus he has no account without my name but told me to have an account as I’m a woman who needs things more than him!
    I can never build a house in secret! We both know each other’s income because all of his and most of mine go inside the same accounts! He gave me permission to have that account so I can buy myself nice things or feminine things or give whoever things if it’s female related!

    He is not a demon and my sons who are high level professional Americans of Yoruba descent are not demons so Stop Demonizing Yoruba men because it can go both ways.
    I do not mind us both paying bills since I also work and earn in this oyinbo land of minus 21 degrees below freezer temperatures! I love him too much to enslave him and pray such women for my sons and know my daughter will be that kind of woman! I think it’s cultural as my best friend’s marriage collapsed here because “she cannot share bill with a man who paid her bride price and should take care of her”. My husband did not pay bride price at our traditional because it’s not done in most parts of yorubaland! Yet I’m his help mate as the Bible calls me!

    No offense please stop calling Yoruba men “demons”. Caring with money is the false expectation that breaks more Igbo marriages here than any other group of Nigerians. I know like 5 Igbo marriages that are broken due to money matters! The only Non Igbo marriage I know that is broken, the husband is Igbo and wife is another tribe! They tend to have rigid roles in their minds but the western world is a different place! Is that the reason crime is higher? Do the women’s “caring” expectation and unwillingness to help out as the Bible commands put them in tough positions that they work till they “drop”?The wives refuse to be open financially. False expectations could be why their men are in more mad rush to make money or die trying, seeing how the women think money is caring. When my husband works all day and doesn’t give me attention I don’t like it.

    My Igbo friends would rather he does 3 jobs than help with bills! These marriages don’t work here! You cannot kill your man with work and send your money to your own extended family! Don’t abuse me. My Igbo friends are ALL with the exception of one “butter” among them are like that. 5 are divorced. One even got pregnant for someone in their village group with the encouragement of her mother ( the husband is my husband’s friend but the wife isn’t my friend)! Change this materialistic attitude and don’t glorify it. It’s truly the demonic and mammon worshipping attitude. No abuse, it will go back on your head! Read and ignore. No curses, it will backfire even before you imagine it! You don’t have to agree with my facts of what I see here!

    To the guy that insulted Stella, you need some class and manners to speak to a woman like that! You can get your angst about the false “Yoruba demon” narrative without personal insults to a lady! Stop it! It’s called “lack of manners”!
    For those citing Chief Ojukwu, that was a “butter” Igbo man not Alaba type of “caring“ , “Nne take this N15m type”one. Ojukwu went to Oxford or Cambridge and was born into class and wealth and manners! He was not a money miss road or “internet money type”
    There is a difference based on the background of every man! For every Igboman that was mentioned, Uche Pedro the BN founder is Igbo married to a Yoruba man and many Vice versa! We can relax about some posts! Each person is entitled to their opinions but facts are facts!

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    1. Thank you madam, you have spoken well. God bless you.

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    2. Welldone maπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘.
      I held my chest reading your post because the depth of wisdom, revelations, and good manner you displayed is breathtakingly refreshing.
      Thank you. May we all learn from this. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
      THANK YOU AGAIN.

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  50. That anonymous was so uncultured to post such ,one thing a lot of bv's fail to realise is that the way you comment on blogs shows the type of person you are and the kind of upbringing you have, it's just a pity a lot of people expose themselves as uncultured.

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