These tweets about men bantering their friends are all the proof you need that Nigerian men are truly hilarious and unhinged.
The subject of today’s Man Like is acclaimed writer, @OpeAdetayo1. He talks about finding the ginger to escape poverty, his fear of losing his identity to the career that has made him successful, and why his dad is his constant go-to guy.
Friends and business partners @ajibolagrey and @oli_ekun are each other’s ride or die. On today’s #ZikokoMyBro, they talk about being online friends for a year before meeting, their famous twitter banter and their plan to avoid fighting over money.
Ernest Nwangwu dropped out of studying geology despite his family’s wishes to find his own path. In this episode of Man Like, he talks about putting himself through school, the pressures of being a first child and why he doesn’t fear anything.
We’re tired of seeing women get surprised when their partner proposes, so here are nine signs that show that your man is about to pop the question.
Today’s Man Like is international tech bro, @teslimalabi_. He talks about growing up with a Muslim dad and Christian mum, stepping up to save his university relationship and how he’s been able to navigate life as a black man living in America.
Ever wondered what it’s like to donate sperm in Nigeria? It’s not as easy as you think. Here’s all you need to know.
In this episode of #ZikokoMyBro, @thisisbfg and @olumuyiwa_ tell us about their friendship journey. They talk about the night they met almost 10 years ago and how they’ve bonded over beer, Twitter jokes, scary career moves and tough breakups.
“Whenever I listen to City Girls and Saucy Santana, I feel like a bad bitch. Their songs are empowering; they make me feel like I can take over the world. “
We all know men that support Arsenal are comfortable with failure and suffering. But what about the men who support Liverpool or worst, Tottenham?
How do you navigate the world as a man named Dearest? In this episode of Man Like, @DearestOsasO talks about his experience with bullies, his parents’ reaction to his mental health struggles and why Nigerian men hate calling him by his name.
Women have been “keeping safe” to avoid abuse and harassment all their lives. Let’s shift the focus to what men can do about it for a change.
Raise your hands if you’ve never said any of these things in the gym and during fornication. No hands?
Today’s Man Like is vibes master, @jesuischiby. He talks about his struggle with body dysmorphia, the pressures of turning 30, why he wants to control his drinking and the one mistake from university that still haunts him today.
Social copy: To the men who are considering shaving their asses (and even those who aren’t), here are the reasons why you should (and the reasons why you shouldn’t).
David and Dayo have known each other for over a decade. In our very first #ZikokoMyBro, they talk about how they became friends, what they learnt from living together and the big fight that almost destroyed their friendship.
Dear Nigerian men, how many of these things have you done with your male friends. Say the truth and shame the devil.
“I have to be earning at least $5,000 monthly. I also have to have my own house, at least one car, and at least $10k in savings. My crypto and other investments need to be at about $500k.”
Our Man Like subject is photo-journalist and blogger, @foluoyefeso. He talks about the last time he cried, the toxic trait he’s had to unlearn, breaking away from organized religion and why he’s not here to defend Nigerian men.
“I wasn’t allowed into the event hall, but as I stood outside, I saw that I was wearing all black, just like the ushers. The only smart thing to do was go to the food place and collect my own food… as an usher.”
Today’s Man Like is @IamJLordz, a renowned entrepreneur. He talks about how love inspired him to become a hustler in university, the unexpected joys (and wahala) of being a dad and why he’s scared to open to people.
What do Nigerian men do when a friendship is stressing them out? This article will help if you’re navigating a toxic male friendship.
Today’s Man Like subject is journalist and football fanatic, @tollexrism. He talks about leaving Nigeria after the #EndSARS protests, why he doesn’t like the word “japa” and why Nigerian men are so obsessed with football.
“I believe a lot of men will stand solidly behind me when I say I need women to please ride dick for more than 30 seconds.” — 8 Nigerian men tell us what they want women to do more during sex.
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