Real Story Behind Rich Kid Buying Nigerian As A Toy

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Last month, a story ran about a rich dad from Atlanta buying a Nigerian as a toy for his 13 year old son, and our Nigerian blogs ran with it. The story goes as such;

“Last year I took Sky on a hunting safari to Africa and he was delighted by the African people,” Wallace Turnquist told WSB-TV. “How funny they were, how they were always smiling and so eager to please. At first he just wanted to take one, but I told him kidnapping was illegal. So instead, I bought him one.”

Since slavery and human trafficking are illegal, Turnquist gave Ezekiel a five year employment contract that pays $1,000 per year plus room/board, one day off per month and unlimited snacks. Ezekiel’s contract states that he must do whatever Skyler tells him to do so long as it is not illegal.

“This one time I made him stand on one foot for the entire day,” Skyler Turnquist said. “I also made him eat a spider. He does whatever I say. He’s the best toy ever.”

“I’m very happy to be Skyler’s toy, ” Akpu-nku said. “In Africa I was starving, here, in the land of opportunity, my belly never go hungry.”

Turnquist said Skyler already wants another “African toy” but his father has said no this time.

“I don’t want Sky getting spoiled. If I buy him another African, he’ll just want more. I think owning one African is enough.”

However the story is a hoax and was reported by Stuppid.com, a website notorious for its hoaxes and satirical news stories. They even went as far to post a supposed picture of the kid and the ‘toy’.

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But as we said, Stuppid.com is just a satirical site. They make up stories they deem funny and publish. They are not an actual news reporting publication. Other stories on the site are just as ridiculous, e.g Alabama Church Converting Insects To Christianity; Texas Woman Pregnant With Satan’s Baby; and so on.

 

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