She tried to escape through Backdoor: Woman clash with husband’s side chick who visited their house
A lady stirred the hornet’s nest after visiting her alleged married lover at his matrimonial home.
The wife of her lover spotted her in the house and she reportedly tried to escape through the backdoor.
However, the woman caught up with her and hurled insults at her while filming the incident.
Speaking in Yoruba language, she tagged her a husband snatcher and taunted her for trying to escape through the back door.
Netizens share their thoughts as woman nabs husband’s side chick
“Every body is saying talk to your husband, what about the lady who has the gut to come into another woman’s home, is the silly gut for me.”
“All this ko necessary talk to ur husband. Your husband doesn’t respect you. God will help you.”
“Why will the man invite her to his house? Who knows maybe the man tell him his single Abi kin se okunrin ni.”
“Madam she has no fault ur husband has no regards 4 u, am going trough the same stuffs as I talk to you now, tho he’s not my husband but my fiancé.”
“I don’t still understand y we are like this, why are u pple saying she should talk to her husband, wat is a lady doing in another man’s house pls.”
“Madam calm down this lady has no fault,it’s ur husband that didn’t respect you.If he respect U he won’t invite another woman to your matrimonial Home.”
Watch the video below:
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