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“If I die, no outsider should grieve online” – BGSBaija’s Lucy warns against ‘fake love’
Big Brother Naija star, Lucy Edet, has issued a public service message to her colleagues and fans on what they should not do if she dies in the near future.
The food entrepreneur stated that when she passes away, the only ones allowed to grieve through social media posts are her family members.
Lucy stated on her social media page that she does not want anybody else to grieve her by penning eulogies.
She also advised her fans to pass a message across to those who may want to be overtly emotional over her demise that they should keep their tributes to themselves.
“If I die and anybody apart from my family are posting that they love me and all that bullsh$$. Please tell them to shove it up their a$$$.”
In other news, a happily married woman, identified as Dorothy Tamuno, has taken to the popular microblogging platform, Twitter, to share her love story.
According to her, she met her husband at a wedding and slid into his DM.
She said they started dating afterwards, but her friends always laughed at her because he didn’t have a job.
She said they mocked her for being with a man who had no job.
Apparently, things changed for the better after they got married, and her formerly jobless boyfriend, who is now her husband, gifted her a Rolex watch for Valentine’s
“We met at a wedding, I slid in his dm?s, gave him my number, started dating, but he didn?t have a job, so our dates consisted of Mcdonalds savers menu and long walks. My friends laughed at me. My now husband just gifted me a Rolex for valentines day.” She captioned a photo of them that she shared on Twitter.