Yoruba demons have started again. 😅 2022 has not started yet, but they are unleashed. They have almost broken my heart in January, which is not even up to 3 weeks. I hope many make it to February 14.
Disclaimer: please understand sarcasm, don’t break up with your boo because of this post 😅 but if you see red flags, you know what to do. Also, this post bears no resemblance to any person living or dead (all those things in Indian movies). Then, I am a lady and so is my perspective 🤗 Let’s continue in love…
What Does Yoruba Demons Mean?
Yoruba demons don’t mean the horn-walking beings or agents of the devil. The type you see in Agbara Nla by Mount Zion. A Yoruba demon is a coinage used to represent playboys, especially playboys who are Yoruba-speaking. Your Tunde Femi, Dayo, Wale, I have removed one name because the people with that name are repentant.
So, it’s Yoruba demons against the world. Sometimes, I think Nigerian women exaggerate things. Nigerian women are wearing the mantle of heartbreakers. Men just try to leave beyond their emotions, but when a woman strikes, she does it without warning. At least the Yoruba Demons let you know beforehand.
Yoruba Demons will break up with you and still tell you they miss you. Bro, Chill! 😅
How Do You Identify Yoruba Demons?
Everyone gives you the cliché description of Yoruba demons. Fully Bearded, Suave Looking, Agbada Wearing, Pink Lips Licking Yoruba Guy. This may be true sometimes. But their top distinction is their ability to knock your head without you knowing and doubting what your eyes are seeing. So look out for this:
Everybody is their friend.
They know everyone and everyone knows them. Sade is just their school daughter and Taiwo used to live on their street.
His friends call you our wife or Iyawo.
Please, even if you have met his grandmother, a Yoruba demon can still break your heart. Stay woke sis
He is a private person.
😅 Sister, investigate very well. You don’t go out, it’s always come to my house. No pictures of you two together, the only one you have, cannot leave his phone. He shows you off as his special person nothing more.
Your relationship is not defined.
My dear, the chances you are dating yourself just went up by 1000%
He says your friends are jealous of you.
Ahnahn, friends you knew before you fell in love with Ilufemiloye. Your friends need to organise a prayer session for you. Friends can be a lot but please take your chances.
As we have come to know and learn, men know what they want. They tell you beforehand, but it seems women throw their ears away when they see the appearance of love. What looks like love but isn’t love. Then, the famous I can change him begin to spring up. If you look deeply, the lady is either dating herself, is alone in the relationship, or has been told it isn’t long-term. But we don’t listen, do we?
Bold of you to think you can change a man.
What To Do Before And After Meeting A Prospective Yoruba Demon
- Open your eyes. Don’t let yourself be easily swayed.
- Don’t miss the red flags. Guys like this will always give you signs and signals. You shouldn’t ignore them. Don’t be caught off guard.
- Seek counsel. This is where having a mentor comes in. View things from another point of view to put things in perspective.
- Be exposed. Reading stories helps you learn from the experiences of others. Exposure stops you from feeling insecure.
- Trust your intuition. Most times, it is right.
I will tell you with what my eyes have seen that purebred Yoruba Demons are not the worst. You see the ones that are mixed, with one of their parents being Igbo, Edo or Warri, especially Warri. They are the worst. You may be interested in this gist but stories like this happen only in my newsletter. I have only advised you 😅
You Cannot Win Over Yoruba Demons
Unless you have not been swayed already, winning the Battle of The Demon is unlikely. If you want to win, then, you have to be a Demoness yourself. Plus, don’t be forced to believe all Yoruba guys are demons, there are some sweet ones 😏 The choice to be on either side is yours, my dear.
I wonder if there is a name for female Yoruba demons. Is there? Ladies, have you ever encountered one? And guys, are you one yourself? Please share in the comments. Want to get a gist of what is coming up next on the blog, then please sign up for my newsletter, a new note comes out every Saturday.