Another day, Another hilarious trend on Naija Twitter. The latest trend is hilarious heartbreak stories. We searched Twitter for the funniest heartbreak stories and compiled them for your viewing pleasure. Here are some of the funniest tweets we found
I even cried at my uncle’s burial. People were telling me “he’s in a better place”. Omo I know, dazz not my main concern plis
— Don Pedro (@Ms_Jola) November 11, 2020
Heartbreak made me stop wearing my glasses what did I need to see again
— Galileo (@AnelkaRegen) November 11, 2020
This girl put bible verse in the break up message. Till this day I skip proverbs 14:12.
— GT (@_gbengz) November 11, 2020
Heartbreak will have you doing chores that don’t even exist to kill time. Arranging cutlery in alphabetical order
— #ENDSARS (@Unkle_K) November 11, 2020
Babe will send you break up text you’ll reply with ‘wait what?’ she will say ‘can’t you read’
Alaye read what? Water don block my eyes ffs
— Black (@Easyy_) November 11, 2020
Nah when I found out this guy was having a baby. I took my wig off in London Bridge and started walking towards his house
— CeeCee (@Cillaa_B) November 10, 2020
You know what I used to hate ? When niggas starting doing ‘there’s plenty more out there man you’ll do better’. Fuck you bro I want my BABY
— IK (@ik_chino) November 10, 2020
that year na me dash sza all her streams. she sing like bastard for my phone🙏🏾
— edo✞ (@bensonedo_) November 10, 2020
bought him ovo merch that year only to see one babe wearing it on snap with no pynt. I nearly threw up
— jolene (@kadijahhxx) November 11, 2020
You people are talking about 2nd and 3rd heartbreak and you’re still here to tweet the tale. You’ll be rewarded for your resilience bcos God knows a 2nd heartbreak will have me on a t-shirt
— yaya (@MaiasMind_) November 10, 2020
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