The beautiful actress and model, Jemima Osunde, ranted on her Twitter account last night about a man who chased her aggressively since February but got engaged this December.
Jemima Osunde is an actress, a model, and a presenter. She played the role of Laila in the movie Shuga, which brought her into the limelight.
The beautiful star expressed her feelings using her private Twitter handle.
“This man was aggressively toasting me in February… he’s engaged in December,” the tweet reads.
“So it’s either he really thought that could have been me with the ring on my finger right noe (LEEMAO) or he was playing games. Either way, LEEEEEMAO!” She adds.
However, many members of the online community weren’t pleased with her rant and they came for her.
A few minutes after the post was made, Jemima took it down, possibly because of the unexpected uproar that ensued following her tweet.
However, some members of the Twitter community had already taken screenshots of the tweet and they were ready to share with other members who didn’t see the post.
Here is a sample of what they sad but be warned. Nigerians have really got no chill. Some called her bitter, others called her jealous while some were on her side.
Ceec Sugar Papito @lynlynsoky: “No camera on them 24/7, they feel they are Angel, but las las they are the most bitter humans. Jemima, my elder sister got married to her husband after 7 months and they are still together 5 years down the line. Just take your L in peace. Na engage he engage, he no kill person.”
ShakaZulu @adamu_ifa: “Can someone find the guy that was aggressively toasting Jemima please! W Twitter patriarchs owe that guy one fat cow for his wedding. He really turn that girl to bitter leaf at her young age. That means toasting Jemima is harder than passing Jamb.”
Purplesavage (Imo first son) @purplesavage: “Jemima offered herself as dinner for Twitter people”
So, the opinions seem to be divided on whether she was bitter, jealous, or, just having fun?
What do you think? Share yours with us in the comment section.