– A Nigerian lady has been commended for shooting her shot even though it didn’t end well for her
– The lady with the Twitter handle @lil_keffi took interest in a young man on Twitter and made it known to him, but he let her know he wasn’t interested
– It all began when the man identified as Engineer Anietie Akpanumoh shared a cute picture of himself on the microblogging site
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A Nigerian lady on Twitter with the handle @lil_keffi summoned the courage to shoot her shot on the microblogging site when a young man posted a picture of himself and indicated his desire for a week vacation.
The young man identified as Engineer Anietie Akpanumoh wore a cute smile in the picture he posted and captioned the post:
“This is a fake smile, i want one week vacation please.”
@lil_keffi saw the post and took interest in the young man. She reacted by saying she hopes the ring on his finger is not a wedding band.
The young lady shot her shot but it didn’t end well. Photo credit: @Tukooldegreat @lil_keffi/Twitter
The young man with the Twitter handle @Tukooldegreat responded by saying the ring is not a wedding band.
Taking the conversation further, @lil_keffi wrote:
“Are you looking for someone to send you good morning and goodnight messages? Or should I keep scrolling?”
Akpanumohan told her to keep scrolling and the young lady obliged.
Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts about the exchange between the lady and the man as some commended the former for shooting her shot publicly.
Below are some of the reactions:
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In other news, a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @SamSoja has proposed to a lady he met on the microblogging site two years after sliding into her DM.
The lady identified with the Twitter handle @_Olayimika took to her page to make the disclosure on Tuesday, August 4.
She shared the screenshot of the conversation that turned out to be the beginning of their friendship.
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