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Teni denounces slut shaming and delivers a message to those who engage in it.

Slut shaming of women should be banned in Nigeria, according to Teni Apata, better known by her stage name Teni.

Slut-shaming is the act of disparaging or insulting someone for engaging in sexual activity, particularly women.

Teni denounces slut shaming and delivers a message to those who engage in it.
Teni denounces slut shaming and delivers a message to those who engage in it.

The ‘Hustle’ singer took to Twitter on Thursday to express his displeasure with the behavior of Nigerians.


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The 29-year-old musician noted that having intercourse takes two individuals and that neither participant has the right to shame the other for it.

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“No more f**k-shaming. You had sex with each other, why saying “I had sex with him/her”, you both had sex with each other,” she wrote in Pidgin.

 

 

It’s unclear if the post was prompted by a specific issue or was just an opinion.

‘Fargin’, her debut single, was released in September of that year, and it immediately became a hit.

After releasing hits like ‘Askamaya’, ‘Case’, and ‘Uyo Meyo’ in 2018, she finally got her big break.

Teni had previously revealed that she turned to music after finding it difficult to elicit laughter from the audience in her previous role as emcee (MC).

In January, she made headlines when a shooting occurred while she was performing at an event in Rivers State.

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