- Media personality Moet Abebe has stated that she cannot date a man that stays on the mainland
- She revealed this in a podcast on Friday
Why I can’t date any man who lives on Lagos Mainland – OAP Moet Abebe reveals [Video]
Moet Abebe has expressed her dislike for guys who stay on the mainland saying she cannot date any of them.
Media personality Moet Abebe revealed that she cannot date a man who stays on the mainland in Lagos.
She made this known while co-hosting the Bahd and Boujee podcast with reality TV Star Tolani Baj.
According to the OAP, men who stay on the mainland may not be too available.
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She added that her man must be rich and move around with Mobile Police (Mopol).
Watch Video below:
This statement sparked various reactions from Nigerians across social media platforms.
Tobiloba sarcastically quipped,
So they gave birth to you on the Island? Ask her for an urgent N5m now; she doesn’t have it. Your mind won’t touch the ground.
Chiamakaugoo raised a question about the moral lessons these podcasts offer, saying,
Please, what are the moral lessons from most of these podcasts? Asking for a neighbor.
Allthings_moe delved into the socioeconomic aspect, stating,
If you continue to give a temporary solution to the poorest of the poor, one day, the poor will become the poorest, and the poorest will become…
Teeh_lyfstyle expressed surprise, commenting,
How can a mature lady speak like a teenager like this? I’m baffled.
Jertryprettypretty seemed unimpressed with the discussion, saying,
Two adults just sit down just to talk about men, see their mouths like slippers wey cut.
9ine_marley offered a different perspective, saying,
Shiloh go full this year.
Poshest_hope humorously pointed out,
If only you know the Odogwus in Lagos are on the mainland. Fake life wan finish Island men. Torrr.
Ayo_bishi questioned the logic, saying,
Make it make sense, but you can date a man that lives in Abuja or Dubai. The idea of a podcast is to enlighten and educate, not to spill unrealistic standards.
Kenniecruisse strongly defended the mainland, highlighting its merits, and chastised those holding such beliefs, saying,
I wonder who these women are and how they grew up to be adults with empty heads. What exactly is wrong with the mainland? Have you seen the water there? How clean it is? Have you been to Magodo Brooks Estate? Do you know how much houses in Ikeja cost? Do you know how much houses in Surulere, Gbagada, Omole Estate cost? Can you afford it? You think only those who live on the island are rich and meet your standards. You know nothing. Oniranu!
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