A man have come under fire after he shared pictures of two iPhones he recovered from two of his girlfriends he alleged had cheated on him.
Lanre Adeyemo also known as Larrium, whose Instagram bio says he is a Film Maker, Actor, Unpopular opinionist, Writer, Freethinker and a Giver took to the social media platform to write "got back two phones in a week from two disloyal girlfriends".
Also a popular blog known as Instablog9ja posted the information saying "Actor, Larrium becomes two phones richer as he retrieved two iPhones from cheating girlfriends".
Maybe this is the new trend where men decides to collect back items they may have bought for their ex girlfriend over allegations of cheating.
Recall a South African businessman this week demolished a beautiful house he built for his ex girlfriend for cheating on him. Maybe Larrium took a clue from this man's action when he decided to collect the iPhones back.
Well, if he had knew the negative comments his post would generate, he may not have posted it. He was dragged for calling the two girls cheats, as people wondered if he himself was not cheating by having two girlfriends. See the comments from his followers and readers alike.
What do you think of this trend? Is it right to collect any item a man bought for his ex girlfriend?
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