September 28, 2021

41 thoughts on “ONE YEAR AFTER MOVING TO NIGERIA| THE TRUTH ABOUT LIVING IN LAGOS | AFRICA

  1. Hey subbies, new video up & thanks alot for your patience.
    I know this video has been requested for some time now but I finally got the chance to create.

    Leave comments guys! Very important 💜 xoxo

  2. So weird, another lady posted a video saying the exact thing and Nigerians were dragging her in the comments. I realized it was all out of misguided loyalty for Nigeria as opposed to them wanting to acknowledge the truth that for someone coming from a structured country settling in Nigeria, it takes a lot of getting used to.

    I anticipated moving but it's clear that I have more freedoms, money, peace of mind, and everything else that I want staying exactly where I am. Also something about not learning new tricks since I'm an old dog and all🤣

    You seem like you made a successful move so I'll be content to live vicariously through you.

  3. As a dual citizen lady in a western world. I really don't know what you are going back to Nigeria to do at this young age except slay queen business which doesn't really treat you good sometimes.

  4. What you are talking about with regarding to queues is a black phenomenon. Happens all over where black people who, perhaps don't make very good incomes, live. I've seen this before and it disturbs me more than almost anything in life.

  5. Hello talani, I love you girl I saw you and Big Brother reunion and the way you updated everyone like a bad bitch .like I love the vibe girl! yeah living in Nigeria I'll make you feel like something is wrong with you. like I love this and your blog is inspiration to mine .I just move to the US so I'm going to be make transitional videos of myself while I was active in Nigeria and now living here in America. Would like to zoom talk or WhatsApp talk to u some day. We could be friends.

  6. Hi I was drawn here by this video and then I realize we have the same name my name is Tolani as well my father is Yoruba Nigerian here in America my name is very uncommon but in Nigeria it seems popular I’ve seen a view Nigerians on social media with the same name even men. Pretty cool

  7. Hi, Tolani. I'm interested in learning more on how one gets into modeling in Nigeria. Not asking for myself, but someone who lives there but doesn't know how to get started nor who to ask. Thank you!

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