Female comedian Helen speaks up on hijab says it's an outfit not a religion

Female comedian Helen speaks up on hijab says it's an outfit not a religion

Popular Nigerian comedian Helen Paul seems to have stylishly spoke on the issue of wearing the hijab and the controversy its causing online.

The actress was earlier slammed by some religious fanatics who opined that putting on a hijab in one of her comedy skits is blasphemy.

According to the budding comedienne and actress, the hijab isn't a religion but an outfit that could be worn by any individual. She also added that she plays any character expected of her without minding the outfit she would wear.

Helen who earlier blasted a non-fan who attacked her for rocking a pink hijab in a viral comedy skit again posted another video of herself rocking a green Hijab.

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She wrote;

”I am an actor that uses costumes to depict a character. Hijab is a head covering. Hijab is not a religion. Islam is a religion of peace not of war #oneGod#peace #love #cantfightforGod#justbehappy #hatenot #byefornow or let’s meet in court ??‍????‍????‍????‍?????I mean tennis COURT ooooo . I am not feeling fine o”

See video below.

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Legit.ng had earlier reported that the management of popular Nigerian musician Falz has replied to MURIC declaring that they won't withdraw his This Is Nigeria music video.

Recently, the Muslim Rights Concern gave an ultimatum to the singer to take down his song as some images in his video inflict on their rights as Muslims.

According to them, the girls seen wearing hijab and dancing shaku shaku in the video ridicule their religion.

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