Actress Yvonne Nelson says it won’t be easy for many people to forgo the norm where sex is traded for jobs, and grades among others in the country.
According to the actress, “sex for everything in our part of the word” isn’t news because “brains don’t matter” even if one is qualified to be at post for a job.
In a tweet, following BBC’s recent ‘Sex for Grades’ documentary where some lecturers were fingered to be having affairs with their students, Ms Nelson said it will be tough to change the norm. (Tweet below)
“It’s the covered parts they [men] want, oh wait, these parts aren’t covered anymore…its free on social media. Will it ever change?” she queried.
Sex for grades! Sex for jobs! Sex for everything in our part of the world! Your brains dont matter here. It’s the covered parts they want, oh wait, these parts arent covered anymore…its free on social media. Will it ever change??— Yvonne Nelson (@yvonnenelsongh) October 8, 2019
In response, a twitter user, Evans Ne-Yo said Ms Nelson isn’t qualified to preach such gospel about women covering themselves because she has gone “nude” several times. (Tweet below).
Yvonne Nelson is that you? You cover your body on social Media too? You doing the exact same thing but blaming others. Smh pic.twitter.com/Oyltmhzu8A— Evans Ne-Yo🇬🇭 (@Evans_NeYo) October 8, 2019
“I’m saying if she’s preaching against people posting their nakedness on social media then she shouldn’t post such pictures too. She should cover herself too. Practice what you preach and stop being hypocritical. She’s half naked in most of her pictures,” he added.
But, Ms Yvonne clapped back at him and others lambasting her for the post, saying “they lack understanding and are simply dumb.”
..so you see, peeps just dont read to understand! If you only came to diss under the post, i understand, thats what most people do on twitter, but if its because of the tweet, you LACK understanding and simply DUMB! Its english!! Let someone explain it to you— Yvonne Nelson (@yvonnenelsongh) October 9, 2019
Source: Adomonline.com | Dennis K. Adu