Nothing Person No Go See: Obi Cubana shares hilarious photo of woman’s designer bag with her name on it

  • Billionaire businessman Obi Cubana made his followers and other celebrities laugh on his social media page
  • The nightlife businessman shared a photo of a women’s bag with the logo of a designer company
  • Cubana’s bag post garnered over 33,000 likes and 3,000 comments as her followers weighed in on it

Nightlife entrepreneur Obi Cubana recently came across a designer bag for women and he shared it on his Instagram page. The businessman, however, was surprised that the bag has two names.

In the photo shared by Cubana, a white bag was spotted sitting next to a lady whose face was not shown. On the top of the bag is an LV logo. On the body of the bag, Obi Cubana’s name was boldly written.

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Obi Cubana reacts to a woman’s designer bag. Photos: @obi_cubana
Source: Instagram

In the caption that accompanied Cubana’s post, the businessman appreciated the LV company for acknowledging him.

Look at the photo below:

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Nigerians react


“Designer bag style.


“What kind of wahala is that.”


“Very good product.”


“Who Dey zuzu now?? Cubana X @louisvuitton 2022!! Na only 5 of this dem do oh.”


“Next thing you will see now instablog go carrry am” obi cubana reacts lv action.”


“That’s the hashtag for me.”


“For her naa mind, she don’t win the jackpot.”

Party guests receive Ghana Must Go bags as souvenirs

A Lagos party host has cranked things up and taken memory sharing to a whole new height that has left social media users in awe.

A trending video showed guests from a recent occasion in Lagos showing off their keepsakes packed in Ghana Must Go bags. A guest dressed in indigenous Aso Ebi attire expressed surprise at the expensive items in the bag and showed what he was in his.

Items seen in the bag include a toaster, a carton of Indomie packet noodles, beverage containers as well as detergents. In another video, a truck is seen unloading souvenirs already packed in Ghana Must Go bags. This is believed to be before the sharing of souvenirs began.