Recently, a video surfaced online depicting a woman  identified as Lizah Njeri took the phrase “wearing your heart on your sleeve” to a whole new level by tattooing her boyfriend’s name prominently on her forehead.

In the age of social media, extraordinary acts of love, or perhaps, questionable decisions, have the potential to capture the internet’s attention in an instant.

Before proceeding with the tattoo, Lizah referenced a common saying, stating, “si mlisema gari haina number plate ni ya mwizi” (“didn’t you say a car without a number plate belongs to thieves”), suggesting that her bold decision was inspired by this analogy.

The lady then continued to say that because of that famous saying , she has decided to het her man’s name tattooed on her forehead. She then proceeded to show in the video getting the tattoo.

The act sparked a frenzy of reactions, with netizens alternately applauding her dedication or questioning her judgment saying that she will cry like never before.  Others were quick to note that the lady is only clout chasing and that Tattoo is fake.

However, what truly turned heads was the unexpected response from her significant other: instead of a grand gesture of reciprocated affection, as expected by many, he surprised her with a humble gift of yogurt and flowers.

The Boyfriend in a later separate video shared how she was gifting her Girlfriend Lizah with flowers and Yoghurt. “Ni usiku niko hapa tao, mmeshinda mkiniuliza, mbona? kwa nini mtu achore tatoo yako kwa kichwa, but let me show you the power of these,” Paul said showing the bouquet of red roses in his hands.

He then continues to document his arrival at the house with the lady Lizah on bed and the tatoo of his name still visible on her forehead. He begins by greeting her and acknowledging that the” number plate” is still there and gifts her yoghurt and  the flowers.

“unakaa fiti walai, naona number plate bado iko, eh mali safi, nilikuwa nimekuambia asubuhi ntakuletea kitu, nimeficha kitu hapa, najua unapenda hii,” Paul says in the video before handing her Girlfriend the Gifts.

In closing, the lady offered advice to other women, suggesting that they, too, could consider tattooing their significant others’ names but only if they were certain of their love and commitment.

“Ningewaambia waeke number plate za wapoa wao pia. kama wako sure wanawapenda, kama hupendi mtu wako usiekee,” she concluded.

This unconventional exchange quickly became the talk of the town, reigniting debates about the lengths people go for love and the nature of romantic gestures in the digital age.

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