Mikel Obi Wahala 10 struggles you'll know if you marry an Oyinbo

Say bye bye to Fufu, say bye bye to Eba. Welcome to the Mozarella Peri peri.

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John Mikel Obi and Olga Diyachenko

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Everyone is talking about Mikel Obi and his Oyinbo girlfriend.

The Internet is vexing because Mikel Obi's Russian girlfriend said something in the line of No Fufu for our son.

But people need to understand that no matter how much you love your Oyinbo bae, the biggest problem is not even from you and bae. The biggest problem is from your African family.

I mean, look at it this way;

You have to explain to everybody that you're not doing it because of Green Card, and they'll be looking at you like,

Your father now tells Oyinbo bae that he is hungry, and bae goes inside to bring this,

Say it is fining dining. Your father will just be looking like,

Even worse is that you marry an American baby girl, and bring her to Nigeria. Next thing, you cannor travel back with her, because Trump is now President.

Or let's say you're a black woman and you marry Oyinbo man. You follow him out on a date, he now tells you after eating that you'll split the bill.

Or when your boyfriend kisses you in public thinking people will clap, but everybody is like

But that's not the only reason. You also don't want somebody to do bad belle for you people, and use juju to spoil your love.

And what about the part where you have to explain every time that stew and soup are not the same thing? Stew is used for eating Rice.

Ofada rice and stew is usually served in 'leaves' for that traditional feel to it play

Ofada rice and stew is usually served in 'leaves' for that traditional feel to it


But soup is for pounded yam.

Also, there's that part where you have to explain to Oyinbo bae every time that all the people that are doing backflip are really just praying, and they'll just be looking at you like,

It's past midnight, but Oyinbo bae wants to go outside and be doing,

But you're just like, "Honey calm down. Do you want to turn to Yam so they can use you for rituals?"

But all this while, your Oyinbo father-in-law is thinking you're doing them 419.

But the day, the very day you decide to share that Jollof Rice with them,

It's a happily ever after.

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