My Body, My Business… You Can Look, But You Can’t Touch.” Gideon Okeke Lampoons Some Women Who Expose Their Bodies On Social Media

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Nollywood actor Gideon Okeke has slammed ladies, especially content creators, over their love for exposing their bodies.

In a lengthy post on his Instagram page, the former Gulder Ultimate Search winner noted how content creators hide their partners yet show off their private parts on social media in the name of creating content.

He further noted how such women use praises like ‘My body my business’, ‘you can’t tell a woman what to do with her body’, and ‘you can look but can’t touch’.

The actor added that everyone is vigilant on the street, and he is only advocating for a safer street and the raising of better men.

“Gehs are funny sha. Especially the ones wey be content creators. Na only Dem go show you pant, show you bra, show you the birthmark wey dey for the side of their left thigh. Nearly show you their full “Conchas” in the name of content creation.

But Dem dey hide their man”.

Can’t tell a woman what to do
with her body…
You can look but you can’t touch …

But we MUST raise Better Men

A-Bobby, you remember that year
wey be say : to see pant na WORK.
You go Labour in Love before you confirm laps sef… but now?

JUST SCROLL UP. Or Swipe left.
You nor need to zoom anything sef.

I nor talk say e no fine o! E fine die!
But na all of us be Vigilante for these streets. And Na “safer streets” I Dey advocate for…while we attempt to raise BETTER Men.


Wetin be “Imagination” for where SISQO Dey sing
“THONG SONG”….? That Thooooooong!

( Baby Geh, LAUGH Abeg! D thing sef Funny )”.

Similarly, comedian and actor Ayo Ajewole, better known as Woli Agba, had blown hot at his colleagues over their disrespect for women in their skits.

The comedian noted how there is an increasing rate of disrespect for women’s bodies on social media.

Throwing a question at them, he stated that he can’t count the number of times he has had to switch from IG to Bible each time his son is watching videos online with him and they stumble on some of those videos.

Months ago, Gideon Okeke commended men for their sanity, emphasizing that certain men are still commendable for their discipline despite this miniature.

According to the actor, social media has had a negative impact on men as a result of the viral display of nudity on social media.

He further stated that the outside world is getting “crazy”, especially on social media; hence, women should be grateful for their men holding phones and still staying sane.

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