A KNUST student tweeted about a problem that the school’s lads are facing. The boy’s body odor, in the girl’s opinion, is an agent of pollution.
She claimed that when she left, she almost passed out. Boys from KNUST have an offensive odor.
As a result, after making her statement, there was a huge uproar on social media, and many influential people attacked her and her tweet.
Below is the picture of the tweet that cause all these stirs
Body odor is the unpleasant smell that emanates from the body due to the breakdown of sweat by bacteria. The body produces sweat as a natural way of regulating body temperature. However, when sweat accumulates on the skin and mixes with bacteria, it can give off an offensive odor.
Below are some on the comments on that tweet
secov this shoddy be like somebody too come dirty some TA Silas hm 😢😂😂😂😂
By now TA Silas dey nack the KNUST babe low-key. Ebe sense she no get, her coochie is innocent 😇
Anadwo tw3 for top bed dey slap hard pass anything
So Ewuraba Bondziwaa says KNUST boys dey smell bad. President Rosy confirmed it.
And now someone replied her that TA Silas wey dey cut blade sef fire am.
Meaning the girl isn’t wrong, because everyone stinks, she’s just tired of the smell now. Knust boys work on yourselves pls.
Body odor can be influenced by several factors, including genetics, diet, lifestyle habits such as smoking, and the use of certain medications. Poor hygiene can also exacerbate body odor, as bacteria thrive in warm, moist environments.
There are several ways to manage body odor. Maintaining good hygiene by bathing regularly and using antiperspirants or deodorants can help reduce sweating and control odor. Wearing breathable clothing made of natural fabrics like cotton can also help regulate body temperature and reduce sweat accumulation.
Below is the picture of TA Silas
In some cases, excessive body odor may be a sign of an underlying medical condition, such as hyperhidrosis or trimethylaminuria. In such cases, seeking medical attention and treating the underlying condition is necessary to manage the odor.
Overall, practicing good hygiene, adopting a healthy lifestyle, and seeking medical attention when necessary can help manage and reduce body odors.