Date My Family Nigeria: She calls herself DJ Trouble; she’s also a banker in London
Mariam calls herself Oluwatrouble, and she’s looking for a man who is an amazing communicator. But is one of these three potential dates the man for her?
Our bachelorette for the most recent episode of Date My Family Nigeria is Mariam, but she prefers to introduce herself as Oluwatrouble or DJ Trouble. She is a disc jockey, she plays at nightclubs, and that doesn’t sit well with the family of our first suitor, Max.
“You are a club girl? So you go to club very well?” Goodness, Max’s friend, asks condescendingly. DJ Trouble answers: “If I was male and I told you I was a DJ, will you call a guy a club guy?” Max’s brother, Emmanuel, is worried his parents may not accept a lady whose job involves partying all night at Lagos clubs. “I don’t know what my parents will say about my brother bringing a DJ [home],” he tells Mariam.
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What Emmanuel and Goodness do not know is, Mariam is a banker in London and disc jockeying is her side hustle.
Fortunately for DJ Trouble, she has other suitors. There’s Xpizzy, an Afropop singer, who won’t mind a DJ girlfriend. Then we have Majeed, “a very reserved and religious person,” according to his cousin, Lawal. His other cousin, Nofisat, says he will be “attracted to a lady that’s very reserved, hardworking and religious as he is.”
Mariam is fiery, that’s for sure. Check out this dinner-time conversation:
With an emphasis on faith, will Majeed and his family love a DJ referred to as a club girl by another family? Who will Mariam choose to go on a date with? Watch Date My Family Nigeria to find out.