A Nigerian woman, identified as @ivyifeomacolete30 on TikTok, has emerged on social media claiming to be the ex-girlfriend of current Super Eagles goalkeeper Stanley Nwabali.
In her post, she requests assistance and implores Nwabali to reconcile with her, expressing her enduring love.
Her post has garnered significant attention, sparking various reactions in the comment section.
A Nigerian woman has surfaced on social media, identifying herself as the former girlfriend of current Super Eagles goalkeeper Stanley Nwabali.
In a heartfelt plea, the lady identified on TikTok as @ivyifeomacolete30 requests assistance and implores Nwabali to reconcile with her, professing her enduring love for him.
Accompanied by a picture overlaying the goalkeeper’s image, her post reads:
“Finally, my ex has made Nigeria proud. Please help me beg him to take me back; I still love him.”
However, the woman provides no supporting evidence to substantiate her claim of being Nwabali’s ex-girlfriend or former lover; which hints at the stunt being for entertainment purposes only.
Despite the lack of proof, her plea has attracted considerable attention, prompting a flurry of reactions in the comment section as individuals weigh in on the situation.
Reacting, One @Ifeanyi Nwafor wrote: “Stanley done marry is my best childhood friend.”
Princessteezahraauta : “Sorry my sister am his new girlfriend let bygone be bygone.”
bigh151: “make dem help you beg am your pride no let you stay with am just for you to be patient to see where he is going.”
Shadybellagrace: “if I catch u he is my guy now,we are together nowI no go gree for u ooo.”
Potential: “After Una break up wen him de play for my state lobi star Grace locate am u be bad luck.”
Bambamskincare: “U people should tell me is he truly married because i want to mount my gaurd.”
Henrynaldo smart : “me too dey here I dey find who go love me tooNa me teach am how to keep.”
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