Woman who drew tattoo of Tinubu on her back cries out, says she has been sent packing by husband

The woman who drew a large tattoo of Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s face on her back has cried out for help after her husband sent her packing and her family members refused to accept her back.

The woman who drew a large tattoo of Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s face on her back has cried out for help after her husband sent her packing and her family members refused to accept her back.

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She took to her Twitter page to share her ordeal, saying she’s now homeless and sleeps wherever she can find after being deserted by her family.

The woman with the Twitter handle @AyokunmiBabato1 tweeted:

“My husband sent me out of the house because of the tattoo I draw and I don’t even have anywhere to go. Please help me.”

In a video that was posted on Instagram by @lindaikejiblogofficial, she could be seen telling her friends that she was chased out of her husband’s house because of the tattoo.

Social media users flooded the comment section of her post on Twitter to share their thoughts.

@Chopfc1 said:

“You see money do tattoo but you no get money to bear the consequences. E don spoil.”

@gentlebjgiant wrote:

“I will also do the same thing your husband did. It’s better you pack your load and move go Tinubu house make he make you his last wife.”

@gentlebjgiant commented:

“As a married woman, did you inform your husband before putting tinubu’s tattoo on your body? How many of tinubu’s children put their fathers tattoo on their body?

Pretty lady builds her house and plasters it herself, photos spark huge reactions on social media.

In similar news, a lady who tattooed Bobrisky’s face on her body has taken to social media to disclose that she is now homeless after her father disowned her

The young lady identified as Mariam made the disclosure in a video shared on Instagram by @gossipmillnaija.

According to the lady, her father wants her to erase the tattoo but she can’t because it is permanent.

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