I had a nasty fight with my boyfriend after I posted his picture on social media on his birthday”-Lady reveals

In a captivating tale, a 29-year-old Nigerian woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, delves into her unsettling experience with the infamous evil eye phenomenon on social media. Her narrative revolves around a significant incident – the time she decided to commemorate her boyfriend’s birthday by posting his pictures on her social media accounts. Little did she know that this seemingly innocent act would set off a chain of events that nearly fractured their three-year-long relationship. Recalling the aftermath of her birthday post, she reveals a tumultuous period in their relationship. The harmonious bond they had shared was disrupted by an intense argument that brought them perilously close to a breakup.

In an enthralling story, a 29-year-old Nigerian lady who chooses to stay nameless discusses her disturbing experience with the infamous evil eye phenomenon on social media.

Her story centres around a pivotal event: the day she decided to celebrate her boyfriend’s birthday by sharing images of him on her social media profiles. She had no idea that this seemingly innocuous move would set off a cascade of events that threatened to end their three-year relationship.

She recalls a rocky period in their relationship in the aftermath of her birthday post. An furious dispute brought them uncomfortably close to a breakup, disrupting their peaceful partnership.

Strangely, after sharing the celebratory post, her social media activity attracted a barrage of messages. Individuals she hadn’t communicated with for years resurfaced, flooding her inbox with texts. Even people whose numbers she didn’t possess suddenly reached out, introducing a bewildering twist to her online interactions.

The lady reflects that this wasn’t her first time posting her boyfriend’s picture online. However, the unexpected consequences of this particular instance left an indelible mark on her perception of the online world and its potential influences.


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