A video of an elderly woman sporting heavy makeup and long acrylic nails has gone viral on social media, sparking debates over what is considered "age-appropriate" behavior.
In the video, the woman, who appears to be in her 60s or 70s, sits in the backseat of a tricycle, her face painted with a full face of makeup and her hands adorned with long, artificial nails.
While some have praised her sense of style and self-expression, others have criticized her for not conforming to traditional standards of aging gracefully.
The debate highlights the ongoing tensions between aging and societal expectations of appearance.
See some reactions below:
Moneyybabe: “Once a city girl forever a city girl.”
MAGGIE: “If u call them ma, them go aske u if na them born ur mother.”
EmediongMeemee: “I was so scared of her that I had to sit infront of the keke.”
Blessing: “And me wey never reach 30 ordinary nail polish can’t God abeg ooo.”
E4Ella: “She’s a baddie she knows she’s a ten.”
Ella: “Nothing wey u go tell me, she’s from Imo State.”
That’s_my_name: “NAA In Ghana,we call them refusing to grow.”
Henny: “This kind people, never make the mistake of addressing them with Ma them go ask if na them born your mama.”
Chiamaka Juliet: “This is what makes her happy biko ..mama drip on drip.”
NORA: “Omor l know this woman…you will never see her unfresh. l was so shocked first time l saw her.”