This ‘stingy men and closed legs’ trends on social media have exposed the depth of moral decadence in Nigeria. The central idea points to PROSTITUTION. Yes, you read that right. The bottom line is that if you spend your money, she will open her legs if you don’t, the legs will remain closed like an old warehouse. What do you call that? Your guess is as good as mine.
Anyway, below are four female Nigerian celebrities who have directly or indirectly endorsed prostitution.
(1) Toke Makinwa
The OAP has been romantically linked to several big personalities in the past. There is no close connection between her sources of income and her upscale lifestyle. Recently, the 36-year-old waded into the stingy men trend and encouraged the ladies to close their legs when the money doesn’t come. This is a clear endorsement of transactional sex which is prostitution.
(2) Tiwa Savage
If you listen to Tiwa Savage’s Koroba song, you will hear a line that goes thus:
“I nor come this life to suffer. If I follow politician, you go hear am for paper. Them go call am prostitution. Who nor like enjoyment? Money dey for pocket. Shebi na national budget?”
The above statement is rooted in getting paid for offering sexual services. The 40-year-old singer despite being a mother one shares lewd contents on social media aimed at seeking public attention and relevance.
Judith Chichi Okpara aka Afrocandy is a good- girl-turned-bad. She started her career as a decent Nollywood actress before she relocated to the US. She soon started releasing terrible songs alongside venturing into adult films. The 49-year-old released a nasty song titled ‘Ikebe Na Money’s where she encouraged beautiful women with good body structures to make money out of that. She clearly stated that sex shouldn’t be free. Old age appeared to have derailed her foray into blue film.
Singer and mother of one, Caroline Sam aka Maheeda, has a story that is similar to that of Afrocandy. They started as decent people and then in a twinkle of an eye, they lost their role model positions. The 38-year-old suddenly became some sort of ‘nudist’ if that term could be used loosely. She constantly shared her new photos in different dimensions. She remains one of the public figures who encouraged other women who bare their bodies on social media to attract men. Maheeda grew her social media presence on the basis of nakedness and not music while she claimed to be married to a white man.
Afrocandy and Maheeda will never be forgotten when incidents of shamelessness, corruption, and moral decadence in the Nigerian social media space are being chronicled.
Who do you think should be added to this list? Do you support prostitution? Some have said it is better than rape. Do you think that view is true? Will you also pay for sex if you get the chance?