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Landlady shocked after seeing strange painting in the room by his tenant before moving out

Kwabena Sowee 4 weeks ago 0

A landlady appears shocked as she shows a video of the unusual tenant she had to evict painting over everything in his apartment and sticking strange drawings all over the walls.

In an internet video, the landlady disclosed that she approved the man because, in contrast to other applicants, he had a respectable appearance.

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But the renter had changed, and now he was a continuous source of conflict in the home due to his conflicts with other tenants.

She claimed that during his whole stay there, the man had an odd tendency of donning a black mask and black jalabi.

When she moved into the apartment after he was evicted, she discovered that he had completely redone the paint job, leaving odd drawings on the walls and painting the toilet and sink entirely black.

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Read some comments from netizens below:

stephen_obioha said: “Seems the guy is suffering from some form of disorder tho… living in an enclosed apartments with those paintings ain’t normal.”

jhoaena said: “He is talented tho. Love the paintings 😂😂”

ndamoiselle said: “The message of his identity is very clear from his painting.. He is an WDBN., A full top member self, Sorry madam”

qmarshals said: “Rent the room to native doctor 😂😂😂”

Watch the video below:

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