If a man genuinely likes a woman, he should send her money regularly – Zlatan Ibile

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Nigerian singer-songwriter, Omoniyi Temidayo Raphael, popularly known as Zlatan Ibile has caused a stir online with the sort of advice he dished out to those in a relationship.

The singer argued that a man who genuinely loves a man would definitely have no qualms sending money to her on daily basis.

His controversial post which definitely will remain unpopular in the realms of men was shared on his Instagram stories on Monday, 15th of August, 2022.

”If it’s genuine that you like her, steady drop money in her bank app”, he wrote.

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Previously shared on www.Ghbase.com, a video of a young girl saying in her local dialect that her incompetence and negligence will put the lives of her patients in serious jeopardy because her parents forced her to be a nurse against her will has been shared online.

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The girl as seen in the video shared herein said she never wanted to be a nurse in the first place but her parents forced the profession down her throat and now the repercussions will be felt by anyone who visits her at the hospital she will be posted to if she completes her education.

In the video shared, she said “ I don’t want to be a nurse but my family said I should study nursing, soon I will start working, so any patient who comes to meet me should run away or I kill them.”

The fact of the case is that she took part in a challenge that was meant to translate the automated voice on TikTok to her local language and ended up saying those words.

In effect, everything the video portrayed was meant to be a joke but she has completely been misunderstood and misinterpreted as people do not want to find the humour in the statement.

Since the video surfaced online, she has duly apologised and asked for forgiveness after she was clearly misconstrued.

SOURCE: www.Ghbase.com

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