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Women also sexually harass females in the industry – Mummy Wa reveals

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Nigerian skit-maker and actress, Kemi Ikuseedun, also known as Mummy Wa, has said that men are not the only ones guilty of sexual harassment in the entertainment industry.

The lady, who is also called Kemz Mama said it may come as shock to many, but women also engage in sex-for-roles with fellow women.

Mummy Wa, stated this in an interview with Saturday Beats, noting that such things will always be a part of the system.

She said; “I feel like it’s general in the entertainment industry. There will always be things like that. Some men ask for some things, and some women ask for some things as well. You will be shocked. But, if you know what you want to do, just get at it. You don’t need anyone who wants to have sex with you just because of a skit. It does not show real talent. One does not need to feel pressured.”

When questioned about her reason for dressing like an elderly woman in many of her skits, Kemz said it is just a character and not intended to ward off advances.

“The character is that of a mother. I am depicting the an old generation mother,” she said.

The content creator also said consistency was responsible for what she had been able to achieve with her career.

She said; “People are always watching. They know when one is consistent. You will be shocked to know that people have been watching.”

In other entertainment news, rapper and actor, Folarin Falana better known as Falz says he will not reveal the candidate he is supporting ahead of the presidential elections.

He, however, stated that he would never vote for someone who has been a part of the same system which is rotten.

Falz made this known while being interviewed on Arise TV, where he called on Nigerians to vote based on a person’s track record of doing things that favour the people.

He said that the focus should not be on choosing political parties, rather it should be to elect candidates who is known to have been transparent and honest.

”Anyone who is coming from this same system that has brought rot knows that I will not vote for them,” he said.

The comic act said political parties in Nigeria have no form of ideologies and even the presidential flagbearers of the parties would be clueless if they are asked to state what their party’s ideology.

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