I’m living my life for me, not for your kids to emulate - OAP Moet Abebe speaks on being a role model

I’m living my life for me, not for your kids to emulate - OAP Moet Abebe speaks on being a role model

- Media personality, Moet Abebe, has a message for those questioning her lifestyle choices

- In a recent post shared on social media, she retorted that she is not a role model for kids to emulate

- Abebe added that she is just living her life and not born to adhere to people's expectations

It is no news that some Nigerians have become judges on social media. While they will praise international celebrities for going half naked, they attack Africans for doing such simply because the culture expects the women to be decent and preserved.

However, western exposure has changed the mindset of many Nigerians and most live life on their terms. Although women are now more bold and expressive, some things are still unwelcome and some other things just strange. It is why even women will attack a fellow woman for her lifestyle choice because they believe she is doing the wrong thing.

Abebe recently had many trolls on her case when she shared a spicy photo of herself on social media.

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Many were quick to remind her that she is a role model to the girl child and should watch what she puts out there. Obviously broken by the statement, Abebe made it a duty to remind parents that she is just living her life and is not a role model that their kids must emulate.

Some resulted to attacking her work just to prove their point. She responded to the condemnation and reminded internet users that she has earned the title of radio goddess all by herself and they can keep their opinions to themselves.

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Meanwhile, a young woman has received backlash after she took it upon herself to advice men on what to do about their relationships.

The woman had shared her thoughts on relationship on popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter. The woman identified as Lillian Orwah had expressed that the female gender is naturally expensive.

Which simply means women want to get expensive things and live a comfortable lifestyle. Orwah had noted that men should not call women gold diggers if they end up with someone's whose taste is more expensive than theirs.

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