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|Re: Tradition - A Story by cyndylove64(f): 12:44pm On Mar 07|
Hadampson tnx for d mention.....mummy pinky oya i follow u to the end....adeshina i need something strong dan popcorn and odeku
|Re: Tradition - A Story by mofy1(f): 12:48pm On Mar 07|
I beg chumzy this one should not end with tragedy o biko.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Lankyannie(f): 12:57pm On Mar 07|
Hadampson:hmmmm nd who u kun invite during d coronatnas far as ayam concern,u izza no king cus seun nd lalasticlaca sf nva gt d opportunity 2be one let alone crownin a boko psn.adesina12 and lechem no dy crious wid dia wrk,see as every bdy dy yawn upandan cus of empty tummy.so i wil av 2do d nidful cus i love ma ppl,*BY THE POWER BESTOWED ON BY THE MOST HIGH,I CROWN YOU HADAMPSON 'THE IGWE OF POPCORN AND DRINKS'*.op u wil lay dwn ur lyf 4ur ppl.congrat on ur new position dear.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by YungTemy(m): 1:22pm On Mar 07|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 1:43pm On Mar 07|
hmmmmmmmmm so mummy chumzypinky eyaf started anoda story na u did not invite me... i dont know hw u think u can avoid me...am not going to say anything yet...let me read first ..i tot i saw my luv bimberry1307 here eya wicked bimberry1307 u cant even invite ya ruv... i cry for u .... lemme cal awon goons me... ikombe, toshiba49ja, comelyjummy, johnsown1....
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 1:53pm On Mar 07|
Dedicated to my Dearest Darling, Saraphina...
Shivani pursed her lips 'i seriously do not understand what you're trying to imply mum'
Chief Mrs Oke smiled 'if only you would just pay attention honey, you'll understand what i'm trying to say. What i'm saying is that, you'll be getting married to the crown prince of our land, the Igwe-to be. Crown prince Dike 1 of our great community, isnt that wonderful?' Her mother laughed proudly.
Shivani looked at her sister first, then back to her mum 'are you serious mum?'
'of course dear! Preparations has been made, you get married in 5days'
'i just hope you're kidding' Shivani looked at her younger sister again 'Mia, whats mum talking about? I hope she's kiddin'?' Her heart was pounding now. No, this couldnt happen, not when she had Choudhary, not when she and Choudhary had plans of getting married immediately she returned back to the states.
'Shivani' Mia muttered not able to say anything more than that. She wasnt happy with the way things were going. She knew her sister wasnt going to like this. And she had told her mother before Shivani arrived from the states. She knew Shivani would never like this.
'arent you happy dear?' their mother asked 'arent you happy to be married to the richest man here in Umuzulu? Dike's not only the crown prince of this town, but he has one of the biggest business empires in the state. He's very wealthy. And he's just 28. Very successful. Imagine when he becomes the Igwe, ruling this community and controlling his business. I tell you honey, you'll be swimming in wealth'
'how many wives has he?' Shivani blurted out.
'six. You'll be the seventh and the last dear'
'what?! Are you fuckin' kiddin' me?' Shivani stood up from her chair as if it burnt her behind.
'whats that Shivani?' her mother looked at her 'why did you get up that day? Did something sting you?'
'yes. Your words stung me mum. Are you actually telling me that you expect me, Shivani Oke Williams, to get married to a man who's already married to six wives? Seriously mum? Whats that?'
'arent you happy? Are you looking at the wives he already has or the prestige and money and comfort that would come with marrying him?'
'mum, this is crazy!'
'Shivani! Sit your behind here right now and let me talk sense into you!' The Chief said, her eyes blazing with anger.
'mum no! I actually cant believe you summoned for my return because of this crap. I'm not getting married to anyone else mum. I'm engaged to be married to someone else abroad!'
'i beg your pardon?' Chief looked at Mia 'what did you say?'
'you heard me mum. I'm engaged. That was actually the main reason i honoured your summon. So i could tell you about my marriage plans'
'you aint being serious are you?'
Shivani bit her lower lip and crossed her hand below her breasts as she turned to Mia.
'Mia, dont tell me you were actually aware of this and you didnt tell me?' Chief looked at her youngest daughter.
Mia looked down 'i tried to let you know but you insisted that your eldest daughter was going to be a Lolo whether the devil approves of it or not'
'just shut your useless filthy mouth you foolish child of the devil!' Chief cursed as she rose on her feet 'sometimes, i actually cant help but think that you were cursed right from conception. How can you tell me that? What stopped you from telling me that your sister is engaged to a good-for-nothing godforsaken riff-raff outside the country, huh?'
Shivani raised a brow 'mum? Did you just call my fiance those names? Someone you do no even know? Someone you've not even met? Seriously?'
'yes, seriously. No man can ever match up Dike Onuora Ikemba. Any man thats not him is useless!'
'i wont allow you speak to my fiance in such a demeaning manner. You've not met Choudhary, neither have i met your Dike. I wont be able to tell who's better than who, but whatever, i love Choudhary and he's the one i'm getting married to, be him better than Dike or not'
'who are you to make decisions for yourself without your mother's consent?' Chief asked fuming.
'i dont understand you mum, does it mean i cant make decisions for myself as an adult?'
'not when i'm not in support of it Shivani. Shivani, i am your mother, i birthed you. And i'll never lead you astray. You never know the prestige that comes with being a Lolo Shiv dear. Do you know the pride? Do you even know the respect you'll be accorded in Umuzulu as a whole?'
'i dont care about the respect mum!'
'well you better start caring. Because whether you like it or not, you're getting married to Dike. In. Five. Days' She flashed her five fingers 'Five. Days. Better be prepared. Invite whoever you want'
Her mum walked out of the sitting room and into her chambers.
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|Re: Tradition - A Story by Adesina12: 1:54pm On Mar 07|
Mind your language madam and respect yourself
We are here to entertain, to make friend and not to make enemy, derail or cause chaos through unguarded comment like the one bold in red
|Re: Tradition - A Story by ladyverere(f): 1:56pm On Mar 07|
Baby, I'm live and direct. #blows kisses.
Dis one is already smoking hot. Keep it coming Babe.
A great piece in the making.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 1:56pm On Mar 07|
wizsolzy:pls dont start with ur pictures here okay?
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 1:58pm On Mar 07|
Adesina12:ahn-ahn, are you serious or just playing?
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 2:00pm On Mar 07|
YungTemy:Welcome my able writer
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 2:01pm On Mar 07|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 2:05pm On Mar 07|
ooohhh mummy chumzy u dnt hv to say dat ...ok i pwomise no pinshure ...i cross my liver no pinshure...by d way i saw someborri on ur whatsapp
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Adesina12: 2:07pm On Mar 07|
Check my signature ...I am not a baby
Sweet popcorn for you for this traditional thing jawe
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 2:09pm On Mar 07|
Lankyannie:You never listen to olamide's song before
He said '' everybody na the king for im lane " so whether you like it or not, i have been crowned already o.. Now, i command you to pay homage to da king hadampson...
@emboldened.. seriously got me cracking so so bad Funny you...
|Re: Tradition - A Story by comelyJummy(f): 2:10pm On Mar 07|
wizsolzy:Am joining u soonest.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Adesina12: 2:11pm On Mar 07|
So you are happy that she called me BOKO HARAM abi?
Please don't invite me to wherever you go again...biko
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 2:35pm On Mar 07|
No buh you have scold her already now.. Am sure she didn't know... Am very sorry for that...
Ahn_ahn Adesina, it's has not reach that level now... I will try and talk to her... besides, you are not the one she was calling 'boko person' ... You might want to check the message again..
from all what she wrote she was referring to me..
Initially, i want to correct her buh you already scolded her, no need for me to go back to the matter..
All the same sha, On behalf of lankyannie and myself inclusive, We are sorry.. so don't be angry at ur padi now
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Adesina12: 2:43pm On Mar 07|
Let's wine together 2night
Please tag your bae harameede99.....kool
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Lankyannie(f): 2:47pm On Mar 07|
Adesina12:Sori 4mentionin u on d post sire buh d psn i wrote dt comment 4 knws nd undastands dt its a joke cus we av joked on dt subject b4.sori once again.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 2:54pm On Mar 07|
That is more like it... Oya make we jolly together with harameede99..
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Johnsown1(m): 2:58pm On Mar 07|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Adesina12: 2:58pm On Mar 07|
Apology accepted bae
Join our table 2nyt with hadampson and his bae
Trust you will join us
Sweet popcorn dey plenty and cold drinks....
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 3:03pm On Mar 07|
Like adesina12 have said earlier, it's not good to call somebody "boko person" u know there might be an INTELLIGENCE among we members without knowing.. tho i know you are joking buh you just have to stop all sort of jokes that has to do with bokoharam..
Boko_haram Militants are wanted in every state in Nigeria. They are terrorising our country which is not good.. so, just stop, okay?! #peace
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 3:06pm On Mar 07|
Adesina12:Is queenitee coming? if not, lankyannie can replace her for the night, shey
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Lankyannie(f): 3:11pm On Mar 07|
Adesina12:Nw i knw y u cautiond me,u thought d boko comment ws 4uws actually refering 2hadampson nd his loving harmeede cus dy love goin 2sambisa forest 4dia vacation.ayam so so sori 4d misundastanding.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Lankyannie(f): 3:16pm On Mar 07|
Hadampson:OMOOH EEEH!!!see as ma joking syd/bad mouth dn kukuma land me in2 hot soup.ayam sori padi me thought twas cool 2joke wid it.frm 2day hencefort,no more joking of any kind.tnx 4d correctn.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 3:20pm On Mar 07|
Lankyannie:Okay.. by the way, everton4life has been banned again
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 4:14pm On Mar 07|
wizsolzy:yeah, dats me. D prsn on blue right?
|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 4:25pm On Mar 07|
yea... greet da kids for mua..no forgetting bros doh....tel am say ayam loyal... u know say we delta boys go soon get hunch back for loyalty
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Adesina12: 4:36pm On Mar 07|
...you are bad!!!
Why sambisa and not Mauritius where Daniel and Daniella went for honymoon?
Ty I remember your write up jhoor
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Njokunonsochukwu(m): 4:42pm On Mar 07|
Thanks fot the update prefect Hadampson..make una waka leave front seat. I don land...
Mummy chumzypinky wey the toasterings?lol
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