After 9 months in my womb you resemble your father – Mum TACKLES daughter, People reacts (Video)
A Nigerian woman has jokingly tackled her beautiful daughter for resembling her daddy.
The new mum identified on TikTok as Stephny Ike said her kid who spent 9 months in her womb came out looking like her husband.
In a TikTok video, Stephny said she should be paid for the emotional damage she has gone through.
Many TikTokers saw the joke in her post and instantly understood with her.
The girl is Stephny’s first daughter
But Stephny Sounded very much wounded emotionally. She said her daughter did her dirty.
She gave birth at 40 weeks, and she had hoped she would have child looking like her.
A photo of her husband she shared shows that the kid who is her first daughter looks exactly like Stephny’s husband.
Watch the video below:
This is not fair 😩 they need to pay me for emotional damage
@Merit James said:
“If she’s the first daughter, it’s expected. No vex you go do them back.”
@Goodness Ekeh commented:
“She’s her father’s daughter.”
“Call the police, this is betrayal.”
@Mmasi & Ivan said:
“They betrayed you.”
@Halade Holajumoke Sh said:
“It’s not fair at all.”
“You did well my daughter. Na me and you plan am.”
“My daughter too. Just as if they split her dad into two.”
“Same here oh my daughter nah her daddy’s carbon copy.”
“If only you see my husband and my sons I swear you will pity me.”
“My daughter didn’t disappoint me she looks so much like me.”
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