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In fact, he says they must watch and learn from them as they are “the kings of Africa”.
“Broke ni**as ain’t got no right to say ‘girls are not loyal’.The variations to African romance scams are nearly as many as there are scammers (thousands), however there is only one objective to all of them and that is to get your money.And there are still some basic similarities amongst all of them. The length of time they romance you is variable and determined by your receptiveness to their profuse flattery and terms of endearment. You may notice that they tell you very little about themselves, especially their past, like childhood, education and employment history. When they believe you are sufficiently hooked (in love with them) they then conjure a disaster of some sort that only financial aid can resolve.To those in North America and Europe, web series and shorts might not be a big deal.But in Nigeria, some didn’t consider them enough of an indication of writing, directing or producing talent, which is why the success of their creators is so relevant to the evolution of the industry and the upcoming generation.These scams are often known as 'Nigerian 419' scams because the first wave of them came from Nigeria.
The '419' part of the name comes from the section of Nigeria’s Criminal Code which outlaws the practice. Scammers may ask for your bank account details to 'help them transfer the money' and use this information to later steal your funds.
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loyalty to poverty you mean.” And to the ladies: “When your boyfriend is jealous that you make more money than him, be sure that you [are] dating a child man, real ni**as appreciate hustler ladies.” In a nutshell, Mc Kenzie’s advice to men is to get their finances in order and work their way out of poverty.
Not only will this help them take care of their family, but will also help keep their women.
Web-series have allowed filmmakers to play in unexplored genres and to do things not often seen in Nigerian feature films; neo-noir ("Suspicious Guy"); procedural ("Inspector K"); horror("Kpians: The Premonition"); satire ("Crimson"); breaking the 4th wall ("How she left my brother," "Skinny Girl in Transit"); and asides ("Knock Knock").