Queer singer Temmie Ovwasa has sparked social media space by questioning the parenting skills of Nigerian parents, saying that they abuse their children.
The YBNL Princess said this in an Twitter post on Friday.
“Nigerian parents will ignore their inability to show affection, lack of introspection, abusive and manipulating parenting and say it’s tattoos and hairstyles that will ruin your life. No you did.
“A lot of you only have your kids around because of their inability to admit that they were abused,” she wrote.
Rapper Olamide discovered her in 2016 after she posted samples of her songs on social media. Olamide signed her onto his record label where she thrived as the only female artiste until her exit in December 2020.
Nigeria has a Same-Sex Prohibition Act, signed into law in 2014, which prohibits same-sex marriage or public show of same-sex relationships. Defaulters are liable to a jail term of 10 to 14 years.