A Nigerian lady simply known as Chi Chi has narrated how she lost her boyfriend to her friend after she cooked Egusi soup and pounded yam for him.
According to @Lolochichy, it first started after her friend cooked egusi and pounded yam and brought it to her boyfriend’s house around 8.40pm in lingerie. She disclosed that she was around the first time and they ate it in silence.
She added that her friend did it again, but this time she wasn’t around and her boyfriend went on to have s£× with her. The Twitter user further revealed that she decided to leave the friendship and relationship.
Once had a friend who cooked egusi and pounded yam and brought to my bf’s house 8.40pm in a lingerie. Unfortunately i was around and we all ate the food in silence…
For people asking how the story ended, she did it again when i was out of time and they ended up having s£×. So i left the relationship and the friendship for them.
Egusi Soup is a soup made of Egusi, protein-rich seeds of certain cucurbitaceous plants, which after being dried and ground are used as a major ingredient in West African cuisine. Egusi is basically white pumpkin seeds though some people prefer to call it melon seeds.
It is made of Ground egusi (or pumpkin seeds). Other ingredients include red palm oil, African crayfish, meats and fish, seasoning, hot pepper and some form of leafy greens.
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Egusi seed is a good source of potassium and calcium, minerals that regulate blood pressure. It is also a rich source of magnesium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. And just like all plant foods, egusi is naturally cholesterol-free.
Nigerian men LOVE Egusi Soup…A Lot.