A Nigerian landlord has responded to his tenant who called him out for serving her quit notice on social media.
The landlord identified as Oladipo Xeview Awesu revealed in a follow-up post that everything hid female tenant posted on social media was false.
The Nigerian woman, Toju initially claimed that her landlord has served her a quit notice because he doesn’t like the way she dresses.
Toju disclosed this via Twitter on Monday morning, March 29 and later confirmed that he actually brought the quit notice.
“Because my landlord has an issue with the way I dress he is bringing my quit notice,” she wrote.
“I hate that no matter how much we fight for equality online, the average man is still a misogynistic piece of sh*t” she added.
Read the post below.
The landlord who allegedly served his female tenant a quit notice due to her manner of dressing has dragged the young lady on Instagram, accusing her of being nasty and insolent.
The landlord, Oladipo Xeview Awesu claimed that Toju was in the habit of parading around the estate almost naked and beat up the security guard attached to the house.
He further claimed that Toju was almost beaten up by some ladies over alleged boyfriend-snatching.
Read what he published below.
“Toju Agbajoh so you brought your trash to the media and you aren’t ashamed.
You better tell them as it happened, and more so all the nasty habits u put up in the estate; walking almost naked.
In fact, beating up the security guard I employed and your insolent attitudes; coupled with how some other ladies came to my estate to beat you up due to the fact you snatched one of their boyfriends while they brought in a squad of policemen men to take you away,” he wrote.
In conclusion, he wrote;
“I stood in for you cos of my influence after the destruction they caused in my house, keeping girls in your apartment against our initial agreement. And more I can’t bring up here. There is nothing that would save you right now Toju Agbajoh. And I await whoever Jupiter that would come to your rescue cos you aren’t trained well to be a decent lady. Oniranu Oshi.”