Businesswoman causes a stir as she advertises ‘attraction waist beads’ single ladies can use to snatch other people’s partners (Video)

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A Nigerian woman who happens to be an entrepreneur and seller of aphrodisiacs has stirred a heated discussion on social media after promoting “attraction waist beads” designed to attract other people’s partners.

The video advertisement, which quickly went viral, has garnered mixed reactions from the online community.

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In the now widely circulated video, the entrepreneur enthusiastically endorses her attraction waist beads, asserting that single women can utilize the product to draw the attention of married men, fathers, and other people’s husbands.

Unconventionally, the seller claims that the attraction waist beads do not require advertisement, but she decided to market them due to their overwhelming demand, leading to a temporary stock shortage.

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“I was wearing three of the beads while talking in the clip, and it works very well for people,” the woman said in the video.

See the video below:


Netizens Reactions…

@iam__temmyy said; “If this so called attraction waist bead works for real, it’d wicked for anyone to patronize it. This would cause a father to abandon his family. You won’t just snatch someone’s father and husband, but you’d ruin his entire life and that of his family. This is evil!”

@chris72859829 said; “See how it is easily advertised with no issues,let a man come out to advertise a product that you will use on women to influence their thinking and make them fall head over heels for you and it won’t take up to 2 weeks the whole twitter feminist will be calling for his arrrest”

@bohlabakes said; “Person wey them use this for,if him eyes open after…..he go too beat the babe blue black????,girl wey go use for her own hubby too still Dey heaven.”

@NonyeKings said; “Those things are fake as fvck. If they worked one Nigerian lady would have Elon, Bezos & Tim inside her pockets. Is it not what Jaruma was doing that year. She’ll tell them it’s millions of dollars & when they pay that’s how she gets rich. If these worked I promise you, I won’t share it, I’ll keep it to myself.”

@Don_TEE said; “Why is it that jazz for women is never for them to make money, but to attract men or men that have already made money?”

@MercyE__ said; “Everything is about men! You won’t do attraction waist bead on how to attract coding or Cybersecurity to enter women’s head and attract international recruiters to rush them.”

@Uyoyoghene_ said; “It’s the fact that you think this has not and is not currently happening. This is why they tell you to be prayerful and also have self control. It’s easy for these things to work on you as a man if you sef no fit control your preek because your promiscuity is an open door.”

@honeychukwu said; “Waist bead to get a man so he would spend on you. Why not make one that would give a lady her own money without having to sleep with a married man? Keep deceiving desperate people.”


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