Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Temmie Ovwasa shares why she doesn’t rate Nigerian male icons.
Temmie Ovwasa, ex YBNL Princess, took to Instagram to express why she doesn’t rate Nigerian male icons.
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In her words,
“Most men get away with emotional, physical and sexual abuse because women were too scared to speak”.
“I’ve not met one man in this country that is emotionally or intellectually that is capable of inclusivity, not one”.
She pointed out the fact that when she was in University, she was told she couldn’t run for SUG (Student Union Government) because she is a woman.
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“I don’t rate Nigerian male icons, Most of these men got away with emotional, physical & sexual abuse because women then were too scared to speak, History is repeating itself daily with your favorites. When i talk to older Nigerian women I’m enraged, but it’s not my story to tell.
“I’m not like other men” “I’m not a rapist” “Not all men”, But you started Having sex with your girlfriend when she was a minor,
You’ve cat called, You’ve made a woman uncomfortable by being too close even after she asked you to stop, You’ve used coercion to get laid. ALL MEN.
When I was in Uni, I was told that I couldn’t run for SUG president because I’m a woman, What actually fucks with my mind is that I have not met one man in this country that’s emotionally or intellectually capable of inclusivity, Not one. “LoGeEkA genDa”
But na so so fight.
We live in a world where a man will sexually abuse you and get a statue after he dies, but you will get public ridicule and cptsd.
From the headless statues, to the ones with agbada…suck my dick from the great beyond.
Nigeria is misogynistic enough as it is, Now imagine what your mother had to put up with.
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Remember how the singer turned to social media to accuse YBNL boss Olamide of preventing her from dropping anything for over three years?.
She also sent out a tweet stating that her disputes with Olamide had been resolved.