Drama and reactions from Nigerians on social media as Lagos socialite and Instagram model Roman Goddess was seen with Senator Dino Melaye in a Lagos hotel.
The video of the duo meeting in the hotel has since gone viral on social media and Nigerian are not happy with Roman Goddess as to why she would record such private meeting in a bid to clout chase.
For those who do not know the lady, Roman Goddess is a popular Nigerian socialite and actress from Lagos state. She became popular for flaunting her curves and posting pictures of her on the social media platform, Instagram.
Roman Goddess is beautiful, talented and highly endowed with massive hips and boobs just like her counterpart, Cossy Orjiakor. She got married to a white husband, Erling Carlos after she got engaged to her in Dubai in July 2017.
On the other hand, Dino Melaye is one of the most popular Nigerian politicians of this era, a Senator and was a member of the 8th Nigerian National Assembly, representing Kogi West Senatorial district. Dino is a member of the People’s Democratic Party
Below are some of the reactions on social media:
Dino Melaye is always caught in one drama or the other, he is one person who likes to throw his flambouyant lifestyle on peoples faces, though he is no stranger to poverty. Fate catapulted him from a background of want and unmitigated poverty into a new life of riches and fortunes.
Within two decades, he has achieved what his contemporaries, those before him and even many after him may not achieve in their lifetimes. Instead of using his grass-to-grace story as a positive example to the next generation, the Senator gloats and brags, as if to provoke his fans, most of whom live in abject poverty, into depression. The act suggests there is a kind of vacuum in him and the manner he seeks to fulfil is a problem for some Nigerians.
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Let me conclude by saying that there is nothing wrong in living in fulfilment with your riches. It, however, becomes somewhat offensive when you are a product of politics. It gives a damaging impression that the only way to make it big in Nigeria is through politics. This alone puts the future of our nation at risk.