Why I prefer dating a yahoo boy than a working-class man – Lady says in a video

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Dating a man who deals in internet fraud is the ideal choice for a young woman who was recently interviewed on the street.

In her words, dating a cyber fraudster, widely known as sakawa or yahoo boy is better than being in a relationship with a working-class man.

The female graduate made this disclosure during a street quiz shortly after she finished writing her final paper.

Speaking further, she intimated that yahoo boys know how to take care of their partners better than those making legit money.

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To buttress her point, she said these groups of people are always doling out money to meet the financial needs of their women whereas a salaried worker has to wait until the end of the month to do the same thing.

In an almost identical story, a lady has blurted out online that she doesn’t understand why she is single despite her alluring figure and having ‘everything.’

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In a video she posted on social media, the young woman said she is fed up with her situation and asked netizens for any solution that could turn things around in her life.

She recorded a selfie video while strolling in town with her immediate surroundings giving us an indication that she lives abroad.

The unnamed lady tilted the camera to capture other parts of her body to substantiate her assertion that she has an irresistible figure that could attract any man but unfortunately, the opposite is what thrives now.

”This single life is already eating me up, what else do I need. I am beautiful, I have everything”, she’s heard saying in the video.

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