A Nigerian man has given his two cents on Twitter concerning those who think being posted by their significant other equals faithfulness.

The man, @khanofkhans11 on Twitter, stated that being posted does not necessarily “secure their spot” but it is the “easiest way to be fooled and cheated on” in the relationship.

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In his words:

“People who are obsessed with being posted because they think it secures their spot don’t know that the easiest way to actually be fooled and cheated on is being posted.”

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Following his tweet, many took to the comment section to give their opinions concerning the connection between romantic relationships and social media.

See the tweet below:

See reactions below:

@Obianuju23: “Toh, Facebook men on this table. I don kuku leave that app for them. My eyes saw things there”

@ardnas_kine: “I hate that posting stuff. The other one that was posting my pic morning , afternoon and night where’s he now? Smh”

@chidera_nora: “You’ll relax because they’re posting you, whereas things dey sup for back”

@OmokongbeW: “Lol..if we dey date u Post me unnecessarily i know you’re up to something fishy..”

@_Lola_de: “Right?! me I don’t even care about it, if u like post me or not. Na ur action towards me go determine”

@Lohlohofficial: “Cap. It’s a 2 way thing. Some won’t post u but will be posting about being single, giving people to shoot their shots.”

@DegbenroH: “Lol? What’s your proof though?. I know a few cases where it has helped in setting boundaries”

@_DDayo: “I don’t even fancy posting myself, talk more my partner.”

@iamalfl: “The chronicles of dey play.”

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