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 feel guilty because I hoped it would be her fault. How many times have you heard that a man is the infertile one? I don’t know why my case is different”.
“I paid medical bills, covered tuition for my nieces and nephews. And let’s not get started on the uncles and aunties I had to “settle” once in a while. I was a walking NGO with my family as the ungrateful beneficiaries.”
Today’s Man Like is @dahmola, the stylist behind the looks on Skinny Girl in Transit and @tokstarr. He talks about his father’s absence from his life, navigating Nigeria’s chaotic fashion space and why he’s tired of being on the streets.
Today’s Man Like subject is actor and TV host, @edomalo. He talks to us about becoming his mum’s go-to-guy after his parents’ divorce, how his approach to fatherhood differs from that of his dad and how his wife tricked him into becoming an actor.
Nigerian men are the best thing since sliced bread and we have the receipts to prove it.
“After paying for her order, I didn’t have money left to buy food for myself, so I just sat down and watched her eat.”
@michaeloejoor, @chris_okagbue, @etimeffiong_ and @JammalIbrahim spill on their best and worst Valentine’s:
Today’s Man Like subject is actor, event host and sweet boy, K10. For our valentine issue, he opens up about moving out of his parents’ house at 30, the job that pays the most, practising law again and how his wife is the best thing Nigeria has done for him.
Nigerian men have spoken. Ladies, If you want to land a Nigerian man before Valentine’s Day, these are the things you need to do:
The subject of today’s Man Like is @AnthonyAzekwoh, an artist and NFT big boy. He opens up about dropping out of university despite his parents’ disapproval, surviving his first heartbreak, and how he tried but failed to recreate the magic of his popular painting, The Red Man.
“I was just looking for a good time and now I’m in a romantic one-chance”
Omo, these 40+ men having the time of their lives. Awwww. Must be nice.
Ever heard of a non-violent university fraternity? These men share their stories and how their experiences in these groups influenced the men they are today.
Today’s Man Like is @ternaiwar a photographer and creative director. He talks about why he made a major career switch to photography, how moving around as a child affected his life’s trajectory and his concerns about how people view masculinity today.
“If I tell my wife some of the things I tell my therapist, I’m scared she’ll never look at me the same way again.”
These married men tell us who they talk to when they’re struggling.
The subject of today’s Man Like is creative producer, . He talks to us about how his family’s financial background affects his relationship with money, responsibilities of a first son, being a Christian in “uncool” times and how money stops nonsense.
Just because you’re not in tech claiming donkey abi unicorn status, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve good things. Come, let’s help you find a sugar mummy to sponsor your baby boy life.
Dear Nigerian men, enough is enough! Why are you still wearing net singlet in 2022? Please, let’s respect ourselves.
“I remember I would wake up every day, scared shitless just thinking about what she’d do next.”
These Nigerian men tell us why they left their relationships:
Today’s Man Like is @YemiiDavis, an art director and 3D designer. He talks about developing a thick skin after being bullied for his albinism, growing up as a true omo pastor and the mental health scare that led him to therapy.
Fit Fam! Fit Fam! Who Fit Fam epp again? Instead of sweating in the gym like a thief, doing the things on this list are guaranteed to make you super rich and happy.
January might be running this year, but SAPA is still catching up with us one by one. These young dads tell us how they’re trying to avoid poverty this month.
The subject of today’s Man Like is @YelaMusic88, a musician and branding executive. He talks to us about his relationship with his dad, navigating the depression that comes with being an artist and why women are more valuable than men.
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