Teni Apata, the singer better known as Teni, has called on Nigerians to desist from sex-shaming people.

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Slut-shaming is the practice of criticising or mocking people, particularly women, for engaging in sexual activities.

In a post via her Twitter page on Thursday, the ‘Hustle’ singer lamented the trend among Nigerians.

The 29-year-old musician argued that it takes two people to engage in sex, adding that no party has the right to shame the other for the act.

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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 remains to be seen if the post was triggered by a particular issue or if it was just a random opinion.

The talented vocalist gained prominence after her single ‘Fargin’ was released in September 2017.

She finally had her big break after putting out hit singles such as ‘Askamaya’, ‘Case’, and ‘Uyo Meyo’ in 2018.

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Teni had earlier revealed that she opted for music after struggling to make people laugh as a master of ceremonies (MC).

In January, she was in the news over a gunshot incident at an event in Rivers state where she was invited to perform.



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