Nigerian lady shoots shots at Alex Iwobi, says she wants to have his kids, shares chat screenshots


 A lady, Jessica Levi, showed how she demonstrated a strong level of ‘faith’ while she was crushing on Nigerian footballer Alexander Iwobi

 In 2018 as a teenager, Jessica sent series of messages to the midfielder, telling him about her deep love and wish to have his children.

 Despite not getting a reply, the lady kept at it for months, making it an issue of ‘unrequited love.’

A Nigerian lady identified as Jessica Levi has shared screenshots of chats she sent Nigerian footballer, Alexander Iwobi, when she was just 18 in 2018.

In the chats, the lady who clearly had a crush on the footballer wished him well in his upcoming World Cup match.

The lady went ahead to say that she looks forward to meeting and marrying him someday as she signed off her chat with Love Jess.

During the period she was crushing on the Nigerian midfielder, Jessica’s tenacity never waned as she kept up hope that they would meet in the future and her dream would come true.

See photos of the chats below:

The tweet of her screenshots has gone viral, stirring massive conversations about what ladies like in men.

READ ALSO: Enoh Ebong: Biden appoints Nigerian lawyer as USTDA acting boss compiled some of the reactions below:

@queen_vidah said:

“Its the guts and the faith for me.”

@favsan3 asked:

“I am waiting for the person that we ask me – did she die?”

@Omonogadu said:

“I don’t think she did anything wrong. It was a harmless text to a celebrity crush and I believe that celebrities receive texts like this daily. Lots of persons do this, it’s because she brought her own out.”

@spiciousOmar said:

“Kudos girl e no easy aswear, I remember the first time I tried to shoot my shot omo the guy carry the ball nack me for nose. Right now am not shooting if I like you i just admire from a distance. The embarrassment I receive I shall receive it no more.”


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