Nurses Are Not Sexual Objects has been trending on number one in the last 5 hours as Nigerians attack singer, Olamide for portraying nurses as sexual objects in his new music video.
The habit of using nurses as sexual objects in music video has become a trend among musicians in recent times, but Nigerians believe the time to end it is now.
YBNL boss and prolific rapper Olamide has received massive backlash for the visuals of his song Wonma.
Well, we totally agree and support the backlash! No profession should not be portrayed as Sexual Objects!
Olamide had dropped the 18+ visuals exclusively on his IG page, using nursing costumes and characters to depict unfaithfulness and dishonesty of woman as the song depicts.
Nigerians, however, condemned the visual for depicting nurses as sexual objects using the hashtag #NursesAreNotSexualObjects, spearheaded by Nursing World Nigeria, a professional and social networking site for Nigerian nurses on Twitter.
YBNL is the second studio album by Nigerian rapper Olamide. It was released on November 12, 2012, as the follow-up to his debut studio album Rapsodi.
The album features guest appearances from Kay Switch, Tiwa Savage, Dammy Krane, Davido, Kidakudz, Reminisce, Base 1, Buckwyla and Minus 2.
This hit the singer and he had to take down the visual from his page, though he has neither tendered any apology nor given a statement about the video.
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