A Nigerian man has narrated an experience of how a friend he took into his house brought his family into the house and made him look like a bad person.
The man, a Twitter user identified as @Burmese_Tyga_ took to the social media app to narrate his ugly experience with a friend when he was still a good person.
According to his narrative, he brought in this friend and accommodated him in his house in the United States. However, the friend without prior notice brought in his wife and children from Nigeria to stay with them consequently forcing him to leave his house for them.
He said that even when his father died, the friend didn’t move out of his home till the situation got very messy.
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“I can’t forget when I was still a good person and humans ruined me…. Years ago …I let my homie from Naija just stay in my house to settle in NY. 2weeks agreement became 1yr 6months of me catering for a grown ass man. Didn’t end there…
After 1yr 6months of stretching myself…my nigga brung his wife and kid from Naija into my same house..I cant throw em out and can’t stand em either so I went to squat with my father who lives about 30mins away..
Went from having a house to squatting in my father’s house….the positive for me was….I was able to bond with my pops and have a great relationship with him before he passed a couple weeks later…RIP King.
Now….I was basically going to my house to just change clothes…and my nigga didn’t think it wise that I need my space to mourn…so I really didn’t get to really mourn n process my pops death. Couldn’t stay in my late pops house anymore…I hated everything..
To cut the long story short…got kinda messy that he grudgingly left my place with his family and we cut ties since then. Thinking back now….
I shoulda handled it better by throwing his shit outside the day he went to bring his wife n kids from the airport. Na me fuck up.
Moral of story: You will still end up becoming the bad person you don’t want to be cos you didn’t become a bad person when you needed to be.”
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