A Nigerian man has come under heavy fire on social media after he was exposed for allegedly lying to get a car for his disabled teacher.

The man, a comedian identified as Sir Law, took to Twitter to share a photo of a car and a box of money and claimed he had saved up for a year to buy the car as an appreciation gift for a teacher who taught him in primary school.

“Last year I found out that my primary school teacher has been on wheelchair for 8years. Well I saved for a year and I’m gifting him this for #ValentinesDay.” He captioned the photo of the car.

Reacting to the tweet, tweeps trooped to the comment to laud him for the supposed act of kindness.

However, moments later, a friend of the real owner of the car called him out and told him the car and box of money were a gift given to her friend by her husband in January.

The friends of the real owner of the car went further to expose the comedian by sharing a post made since January when the car was gifted to their friend.


  1. U guys should stop living fake life on social media, let’s be real instead of posting what we are not ,what is your own gain of telling lias in public instead of saying the truth every day is for the thief 🥱🥱 one day for the right owner, let’s us be very careful of what we believe on social media most of them are so fake

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