idoamebo – Debbie, also known as Mummy Zee, is a Nigerian woman who has become a sensation on X (former Twitter) in just three days. She posted a message on the social media platform that sparked a lot of interest and debate.
She revealed in her message: “I’ve always been too lazy to wake up and prepare his lunch. But the day he told me a colleague brought two spoons so he’ll eat with her was the day I set my alarm for 4:50 a.m.”
Diverse Opinions from Netizens
Her candid confession ignited a fierce discussion among netizens, who had varying views on the wisdom of getting up before dawn to cook for a partner.
The debate escalated when netizens found out that she was pregnant. Some criticized her for tolerating such hardship and called it “slavery and glorification.”
Others praised her for her dedication. Some others accused her of being insecure and questioned her intentions
An Unexpected Twist of Fate
However, what Mummy Zee did not anticipate was that her post would go viral, drawing the attention of thousands of people.
Her page, which had less than 1k followers, soared to about 86.4k followers.
Along with the fame came an amazing display of kindness, as many felt that she deserved to be rewarded for her diligence towards her husband.
In a span of 48 hours, Debbie and her husband received over 5 million naira in cash donations, as well as various gifts, such as household items.
Her husband landed a high-paying job with a scholarship for a Tech course, and they received a brand-new Dell laptop.
The list of gifts expanded to include two Infinix phones, an iPhone 15 Pro Max and an iPhone 13, paid for by a generous individual.
A Deluge of Gifts from X Users
The kindness did not end at phones, as Mummy Zee also received a 65-inch Samsung TV, 1-year cable TV subscription, a bedside fridge.
A job offer for her husband, 1-year fully paid legal assistance, 1-year paid rent for a 2-bed apartment, a free visit visa to Canada, and even an offer of a Brazilian passport.
A real estate company pledged N1 million, later topped by an individual gifting them a 3-bedroom bungalow.
Mummy Zee’s fortunes continued with a new remote job, a respectable salary, and a free medical insurance package for her entire family.
Including the unborn child, for a year. Remarkably, diapers for her child will be provided until the child turns one.
Kuda Bank joined the festive mood by adding ₦2 000 000 to her already impressive account balance.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Ltd. also showed their support.
The oil firm tweeted: “Hello @_Debbie_OA, we love your amazing love story.
And we would like to gift you a free ₦200,000 PMS voucher. (It is) redeemable at any of our 900+ retail stations nationwide.”
“This will ensure that Mummy Zee has #EnergyforToday and #EnergyforTomorrow. We have just followed you. Please check your DM. Best wishes.”
Mummy Zee is still receiving gifts as of this writing. The promises keep coming, as do the opinions and comments.