Naira Marley, Nigerian singer, has come under fire on Twitter for expressing his desire to have a threesome with a mother and her daughter.

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Threesome refers to a sexual experience involving three people.

The controversial singer spoke of his sexual fantasy in a series of posts via his Instagram stories on Thursday.

“I’m still gonna have sex with mother and daughter together one day sha. The mum should be younger than 40 and the daughter should be 18 or over,” he wrote in the now-deleted post.

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Naira Marley’s sexual desire has continued to elicit mixed reactions with many calling out the ‘Soapy’ crooner over the likely influence of such post on his followers and the society at large.

Joining the fray, Chioma Ifemeludike, Nollywood actress, described the post as a “total disrespect to women.”

“This is a terrible, horrible and disgusting statement coming from an African , a Muslim, and a human being… A total disregard and disrespect to women and more disappointing to think that this guy has a daughter…,,” she wrote on Instagram.

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“You just got off fasting and prayers and can’t wait to spew gibberish… if I were your fan (which I’m not) I’ll unfan you immediately. I know we are loosing our morals, standards and values from impregnating girls out of wedlock, to ignoring social responsibilities as celebrities now this…

“Some of you are just useless and very bad influence to our youths and society at large…. Utilise your stardom while it last, impact lives positively here on earth…”

Also reacting, Ejine Okoroafor, another movie star, said she has unfollowed the singer due to the post.

“I just unfollowed this guy. What an expensive joke,” she wrote.

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The musician, however, hit back at his critics, noting that he has the right to have a threesome as long as it is consensual and legal.

“I have the right to threesome, as long as it’s consensual and legal,” he wrote on Twitter.

He also tackled those who he said are quick to judge others even when the society encourages people to always be themselves.

“They tell you to be yourself but when you be yourself they’re quick to judge you,” he added.

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