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By now I am sure you must have seen different posts and screenshots with Yoruba boys being labelled as demons that would jump into your life with their flowing ‘agbadas’.

Oblivious to this, Yoruba boys are not as evil as most people have painted them to be. They are just good looking guys from a well cultured part of Nigeria. We understand you may have personal beef for them as they are most ladies’ favorites with their unending uniqueness and ‘swags’.

But the populace as a whole does not give Yoruba boys much choice when it comes to their heart-breaking moves. Ladies seem to be all over them and do not give them the chance to miss other ladies who sashayed out of their lives. Lol, do not shoot me. That was on a lighter note.

But as a matter of fact, these guys are irresistible. Ask any lady around you about her love history and there is bound to be some ‘Femi’, ‘Kunle’, or ‘Wale’ in her life. Let us move on from here and see the interesting part of dating Yoruba boys:

1. They could be loyaldesmond-elliot

Now what makes Yoruba boys different from every other guy out there? Men cheat, lie and play girls. The fact that a cheating guy is from that tribe in Nigeria does not mean every other Yoruba boy would be just the same. Hausa boys also act smart on some unsuspecting Aisha and Halima. And an Igbo boy may be sleeping with Nnenna and Nkechi at the same time. Duhhhhhhh!

2. They are interesting
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Do you know the amount of fun you could have dating a Yoruba boy? Damn! Yoruba boys are so interesting they turn up at almost every event. Ever seen them showing up at an engagement ceremony? You would love to follow one home immediately. And when you finally have a son, you would love to dress him up the Yoruba way.

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Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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My manhood is shrinking – Psalm Adjetefio ‘begs’ for help

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The veteran actor, Psalm Adjetefio, popularly known as TT of Taxi Driver series fame who battled enlarged heart impediments has said he needs more support from Ghanaians to manage his ailments.

Sam Adjeteyfio has opened up on how ailments have tormented him including his manhood.

But the man, Adjeteyfio says ailments upon ailments have forced him to take drugs that have, at a point, resulting in a shrinking manhood.

According to him, it was not his intention to come public with his condition but his health condition was deteriorating hence his decision to come public. He also revealed his friends ignored and blocked his number when he was seriously ill.

TT said his predicament begun when he was diagnosed with a heart enlargement condition, leading to swollen feet.

The situation has compelled him to fall on some past students who he says have come from many parts of the world to assist him.

Psalm Adjetefio revealed that he was consuming about 19 tablets on a daily basis but he is currently consuming between 7-9 tablets on daily basis.

Through productions like ‘Taxi Driver’, TT, as he is popularly called thrilled millions and brought smiles and laughter to many.

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