A Jamaican man that grew up in Kingston has the same attitude as a Nigerian man that grew up in Lagos.Not every Jamaican man is a "hustler" or "rude boy".Every man is different although it may seem some are cut from the same cloth not one single person can be labeled we are all different and Jamaican men Are no exception.Almost every race of man have a woman on the side not just Jamaican men.Known more for its tropical beauty than for its economic prowess, Jamaica is an island nation in the Caribbean Sea.Miles of lovely beaches and its vibrant culture especially music beckons visitors from across the world who like to relax or have a good time.
Forget stereotypes, there is no standard behavior of a Nigerian man. About our girls they dont send, unless u snatched de man from them,if u did dat, then i trust them u are at de middle de war wit dem. He seems to be a very nice gentleman but I have no idea about the Nigerian culture, are Nigerians woman jealous if they see a Nigerian man dating another sister, Just some advice, Thanks Yes nigerian men can cheat but as far as good relationship when u r with him, there are the best .
He seems to be a very nice gentleman but I have no idea about the Nigerian culture, are Nigerians woman jealous if they see a Nigerian man dating another sister, Just some advice, Thanks There are good Nigerian men, and there are bad ones. Some Nigerian men are addicted to this idea of "submission".
I personally don't see the difference btw the two cultures especially for a Nigerian living outha the shores of Nigeria but the slight difference could be in form of food and some other minor issues and talking about Naija women: Sorry to say this but i think Naija women think they are all dat and as a result lose out to other women from different back ground, Guys no too gbadun long thing!!!
Everything written in this book was common sense.I already knew all of this....
She enjoys writing books, and articles on Caribbean, Jamaican, and African American Culture. She is also the Author of “How to Become a Rasta.” Empress Yuajah plans to publish more books in the future to help others learn about her Culture and spiritual way of life.