Popular Nigerian comedian and content creator, Oga Sabinus has explained why he does not promote nudity in his comedy skits.
The skit-maker whose real name is Emmanuel Chukwuemeka Ejekwu, said his primary focus is creation of family content.
Sabinus made this known while speaking at the SMFest in Owerri, the Imo State Capital.
According to him. there are cases where the actresses express disbelief when they find out he doesn’t want them to dress skimpily of show off their curvatures.
Sabinus said: “I have been in situations where some people will be like, ‘Sabinus, I want to join your comedy [group], I can do anything.’ I will say no, please let me give you a role to do.
I have also had a situation where I was about to shoot and a girl was like, ‘You expect me to tie wrapper?’ I said, “My sister, that is what I love. That is what suits the story.’
“Sometimes, you need a fine girl, but she mustn’t be showing bumbum and bobbies.”
Meanwhile, a born-again Christian lady simply known as Steph, has revealed that Jesus transformed her life and made her realise that nudity and promiscuity are not empowering.
She said that she used to show off her body by wearing short and extremely tight dresses in a bid to get men’s attention.
However, when Jesus changed her, she saw that modesty, self respect and dignity were the true concepts of empowerment.
Steph shared a photo of herelf on Twitter fully dressed thanked Jesus for coming to her rescue.
According to the pretty lady, she became born again more than a year ago.
She wrote; I used to show off my body for attention. I wore nothing but booty shorts, crop tops and extremely tight/short dresses.
But Jesus saved me and changed me! Promiscuity, nudity and perversity is not empowering to women. Modesty, self respect and dignity is. Thank you Jesus!
I am 25 in the flesh. 1 year and a half since I was born again in the Lord Jesus Christ.