Today’s Man Like subject is marketing executive and designer, @GoldieIyamu. He talks about why he chose to be independent from his dad, the loneliness that comes with setting boundaries and why masculinity doesn’t influence his style.
We need Nigerian men to explore beyond blonde hair. So we’ve suggested some other more interesting hair colours to try out. You’re welcome.
“I think coming up with a will is going to be more pressure than stress. Men are more pressured to have wills and leave things behind compared to women.”
What if we told you that you can find out if a man is good in bed just by looking at the type of underwear he wears?
Today’s Man Like is developmental researcher, @Adejoh. He talks about the self-discovery journey that took him away from the comfort his family, the fear of poverty and why kids are a responsibility he never wants to deal with.
If we can’t stop you from entering a long distance relationship today, the least we can do is give you tips on how to make it work. Good luck, bro!
Today’s Man Like is branding executive, Toheeb Azeez. He talks about navigating grief after the death of his parents, stepping up as the man of the house despite financial struggles and how loss has influenced his outlook on life.
As a man, why are you eating pasta when you can hunt antelopes? Men are too relaxed these days and it’s time for them to step up as leaders of the home.
Odudu Ime Otu’s life changed when he won ₦50M from @GulderUltSearch in 2021. Chilling with Man Like, he talks about the tough lessons his dad taught him, leaving home when he turned 20 and why he’s still a hustler like the rest of us.
Chinazom and Tunmise’s friendship has been going strong for seven years now. In this episode of #ZikokoMyBro, they talk about bonding in Unilag, late night calls that involved tears and navigating a friendship where no topic is out of bounds.
The subject of today’s Man Like is popular food critic, @ChefOpeyemi. He tells us why he’s no longer interested in gender wars, how he deals with imposter syndrome and why he’s not really happy he made it this early in life.
“I stole my girlfriend from another guy and now she’s flirting with other men. It doesn’t bother me though, I like the competition.”
— 7 Nigerian Men Talk About the Red Flags They Ignored in Their Relationships
If you hang out with Nigerian men for 30 minutes and none of these arguments come up, check again. You’re probably in Ghana.
The subject of today’s Man Like is creative director, @officialRONR. He talks about finding freedom in makeup and fashion, what standing up to his dad cost him and how he deals with pushback from people who are uncomfortable with his look.
In this episode of #ZikokoMyBro, @IamAnnyRobert and @Woulk3r tell us about their friendship journey. They talk about their initial beef, pushing each other creatively, and why hustling is the one thing that keeps them together.
The subject of today’s Man Like is artist, @mumu_illustratr. He talks about the fight that caused him and his dad to fall out, the one time he questioned his masculinity and how he’s turning his imposter syndrome into “conman syndrome”.
How do you move from hating someone to being their best friend? In this episode of #ZikokoMyBro, Adesegun and Demi talk about this weird transition, bonding over shared loss and how their friendship has made them more open to receiving love.
At some point, it hit me that I was spending a lot of time with this person because they liked quality time, but they were not making me happy.
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.
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.
We all know men that support Arsenal are comfortable with failure and suffering. But what about the men who support Liverpool or worst, Tottenham?
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.
Dear Nigerian kings, don’t try any of these things with your babe.
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).
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