Even as she ranted about the bad state of roads in Lagos and the flood, Ruth Kadiri couldn't help but post a thirst trap.
Urban Dictionary defines ‘Thirst trap’ as any statement or picture used to intentionally create attention or ‘thirst.’
Yesterday, June 15, 2016, Nollywood actress Ruth Kadiri ranted about the poor state of roads in Lagos state that led to the flood.
“I set out to go to work this morning. And every road i know that leads to my route is blocked and flooded. No drainage system. Nothing. Proples cars breaking down. Frustration on the faces of people. Tempers of impatient drivers begin to flare. agberos starts to play the role of traffic warden. Some people parking thier cars and deeping thier legs in the SHIT WATER TO GO TO WORK. I HEAR A WOMAN ON THE PHONE LYING TO HER BOSS THAT SHES FIVE MINUTES AWAY, the truth is her car actually broke down and her mechanic is no where in sight. I can see she almost in tears so i offer to help” she wrote on her Instagram page.
Truly the roads were terrible yesterday so Ruth Kadiri has a point. What caught my interest about her post was the photo she shared when ranting. It was a selfie of herself. Now Kadiri is a beautiful woman but that’s not the main thing about the picture.
Ruth Kadiri shared a thirst trap that gave us a good look at her ample cleavage with a gold chain nestled in between her breasts. Now I don’t know about you but a photo like this and a rant about the bad roads in Lagos don’t add up to me. Plain and simple Ruth Kadiri was thirst trapping. She wanted her fans and admirers to see how hot she looks.
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Now thirst trapping is not a crime, it is not even unusual. A lot of us thirst trap but Ruth Kadiri’s photo is the eye raising kind. Celebrities are known to post sexually suggestive photos and scramble something inspirational and motivational as the caption.
Going through her Instagram page you will notice a lot of thirst traps, showing off her hips and flat tummy, and a booty popping studio photo. Lowkey she might be Nigeria’s queen of thirst traps.
The story actually got her noticed. Her rant about the flood was published on several platforms. Even though trying to highlight the bad roads in Lagos, Ruth Kadiri once again used that opportunity to show us that she has a nice rack to go with her good cause.