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I don’t regret saying prost¡tutes have no dignity- Actor Okon



Nollywood actor, Ime Bishop Umoh aka Okon Lagos, has stated that he does not regret saying prost¡tues do not have any dignity.

Over 70 women were arrested by the police officers in Utako and the women alleged that the officers took turns to s£xually assault them, using sachet water nylon as condom.

Okon in his video said the women cannot claim they were rªped because they are prost¡tutes and do not have any dignity.

In this new interview, Okon says he does not regret his comment.

he said he does not in anyway justify rªpe but he was astonished that as much as social media users were condemning rªpe, they were not also condemning prost¡tution which he believes is an immoral act.

He said,

“I live my life in such a way that I live for the best and hope for the worst so things hardly shock me.

I saw the backlash coming but I didn’t know it was going to get that sort of attention.

I saw it coming; I knew I might be misunderstood

depending on the level of comprehension of my audience.

Humour waters down the sensitivity of some issues.

Euphemism is saying something that is very harsh in a mild way. I didn’t justify rªpe in any way.

The issue people had with what I said was that I likened rªpe to theft and that I said prost¡tutes do not have dignity.

My assertion was to clarify the fact that rªping a prost¡tute is theft and they don’t have dignity.

My assertion is metaphorical. If I wanted to use a simile, I would say rªpe is like theft.

Rªpe is taking a woman’s dignity without her consent.

I don’t regret saying that prost¡tutes do not have dignity; no one would be proud to introduce themselves as a commercial s¢x hawker.

“I wanted to be fair in my analysis; I was trying to point out the fact that prost!tution is a wrong act, so we shouldn’t be malicious by talking about only rªpe.

Why are we canonising one criminal act and demonising the other? Both acts are morally wrong.

I believe in humanism; as humans, we should observe the golden rule.

I am not trying to say that I am a saint; in fact, I don’t want to be one so that there would be a difference between Jesus and me.

It is unfortunate that some women were rªped by policemen.

“I am not saying it serves them right, but I am also concerned about the immoral act; prost¡tution. The level of moral decadence in the country is worrisome.

I even saw some public figures with verified social media accounts supporting the idea that prost¡tution should be legalised; I don’t want to call names.

I won’t make comments about something insensitive like that.

Rªpe is bad, but prost¡tution should be addressed as an issue as well”.

He added that he doesn’t owe anyone an apology for his comment.

“Everybody around me is a woman; I have a wife and two daughters; my respect for women is inevitable.

I am not going to be shaken; a prost¡tute is not a dignified person.

According to Lucky Dube; ‘the terribly first time time is e thing about the truth is that, when you say it, you always stand alone.

’ I am brave enough to say the truth and nothing will happen to me. I don’t owe anyone an apology,” he said

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Bobrisky sends condolence message to Toyin Lawani on the passing of her father



Nigerian Cross dresser, Bobrisky via his Instagram page sent a heartfelt condolence message to his former boss, Toyin Lawani, on the passing of her father.

Toyin recently lost her father and he was buried on Thursday, April 8.

Bobrisky and Toyin have never hidden their dislike for each other as they have on numerous occasions dragged themselves mercilessly online.

However, on hearing about the passing of her father, Bobrisky took to his IG page to send her a condolence message.

He however pointed out that the condolence message doesn’t mean that they have stopped fighting. See his post below


Putting their differences aside, Bobrisky sends condolence message to Toyin Lawani on the passing of her father

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Bovi slams Twitter user who accused him of never using his comedy to tackle Nigerian government



Trouble in Paradise,  Bovi posted a funny tweet on his handle that read

I feel like I’m a failure because my government is funnier than me! #EndSARS #ENDBADGOVERNANCE #EndPoliceBrutalityinNigera


A lady saw his Tweet and in her response accused him of never using the various opportunities he has had to speak truth to the Nigerian government but rather saw them as an opportunity to cash out.

”Funny u said? U are a massive failure because the government on different occasions gave u a big platform to talk, all u did was to entertain them & cash out”


Bovi spotted her comment and wasted no time to reply here

”Check my records. Watch my videos. I may be too sleek for you so find a learned family member to explain my materials to you. Then see a shrink to deal with your blind bitterness because when you can’t poison others anymore, you might slit your throat.”

#EndSARS: "See a shrink" Bovi slams Twitter user who accused him of never using his comedy to tackle Nigerian government

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Mayorkun Offers To Help #EndSARs Protester Whose Car Was Destroyed In Abuja



Nigerian singer, Mayorkun has offered to assist one of the victims of a hoodlum attack during #EndSARs protests in Abuja.

In a video that surfaced earlier, the victim could be heard crying helplessly about how he was on his way to meet up with his pregnant wife before being caught amidst the violent attack on protesters to which his car was damaged.

Watch the video below…

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