Nigerians React As Student Was Sent Out Of Queens College For Wearing Eyelashes
A viral video surfaced online of a student of Queens College, Lagos denied access into the school because she fixed eyelashes.
The girl’s mother was also seen in another video fighting with the security guards of the school for sending her daughter away.
Many have reacted to the video complaining about how the student was embarrassed and how the staff forcefully took pictures and made videos of her.
People also reacted to her mother fighting the security guards of the school within the school premises.
– How a mum attacked Queens college security after her daughter was denied access into the college, for fixing eyelashes.
– ( Check #thread for the ending part)
— SubDeliveryZone (@SubDeliveryZone) November 19, 2019
See reactions to the video below;
So Nigerians are castigating this girl, when some of you jumped over school fence, cooked indomie with charcoal iron, sneaked in mufti just for social night. The school should have jejely send her home rather than humiliating her. #QUEENSCOLLEGE
— Ada Jesus. ✝️✝️ (@Nwanyimanari) November 20, 2019
After a bit of research, I found out that the woman recording this video/shouting isn't even a staff of the school, she's well known by the name "Iya Simi".. Her daughter is also a student of the school..I'd like peeps to help me ask her "Wetin consign you?" pic.twitter.com/1FzQ19hm9z
— Blaqboy? (@Jiggy_Blaqboy) November 20, 2019
I'm very disappointed with the way #QUEENSCOLLEGE handled this.
Why does she have to be manhandled this badly? Over what?
They could have easily flogged her or punished her and end it there. What's all this social media madness?
Ain't we all going crazy over cheap trends?? https://t.co/DGT3ZRRI8B
— Salami Olamide (@Sir_Lammy) November 20, 2019
I just saw the video of woman harassing a security man because they sent her daughter home for fixing eyelashes and paint nails but some of you have been cooking up stories justifying the action, ekare o. I hope you know your words today will speak for or against you tomorrow
— kennygee babe (@kennygee_70) November 20, 2019
What’s the crime in fixing eyelashes? And if it is against the school rules, how is recording it and posting it on social media the solution? Mehn, this journey far! https://t.co/zZDIrXX2mw
— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) November 20, 2019
Re Queens College.
You cannot treat my child like that.
If artificial eyelashes are against school rules, I expect a sit down in a teacher's office or the principal's office, and a verbal request to remove them or be sent home.
No staff has the right to touch let alone film.
— Badman Sug ? (@sugabelly) November 20, 2019
Queens college authority are so wrong for the way they handled the saga, back in secondary school I remember the girls coming back over the weekend with attachments, wigs and eyelashes, they were scolded and warned to get rid of it. #QueensCollege
— Best Kept Secret (@adewale_balo) November 20, 2019
Seriously some parents are responsible for this generation children's bad bahaviour.
How can a mother be fighting the security guards after the school authorities of Queens College sent her daughter away for fixing eyelashes and nail fixing. pic.twitter.com/PLUxiiQ9Fz
— honormeh Aganga TV (@HonormehMedia) November 20, 2019
After person finish saving up for Eko Atlantic, dem go still embarrass your child, drag her head to do photo ops, post it on the net lori eyelashes ???
— Bruce Bateman Esq (@sugabillionaire) November 20, 2019
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