Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani blasts African men, says they constantly break their women

Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani blasts African men, says they constantly break their women

- Kenyan singer Kimani has called for the end of sexism in Africa

- The singers stated that African men constantly reduce their women

- Kimani said that women should not be seen as men's servant or ego booster

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Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani has made a case against African men as she took to her social media page to express her thoughts about them.

According to her, she has never felt safe or protected by African men.

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Victoria Kimani speaks about African men. Photo: Instagram/@victoriakimani
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The singer noted that African men reduce their women by constantly breaking them down to a size that serves them only.

The Kenyan singer stated that breaking women is in the DNA of Africa men, hence, they can't help but do it.

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While calling for the end of sexism, the singer told African men that women are not their punching bags, their servants, enemies, and not their ego booster.

Many of the singer's female fans and followers seemed to agree with her statements as they hail her while urging her to continue speaking what they term as truth.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that BBNaija's Omashola said that 90% of African men don’t see women as equals.

According to the 2019 BBNaija ex-housemate, almost all African men do not see women as their equals and it shows in their actions.

A few months ago, the BBNaija star added his voice to the issue of marriage on social media, giving his perspective of what he thinks makes a good woman.

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In a Twitter post he made, Omashola said that a good woman would always give her man his phone whenever it rings and allow him some privacy when he is answering it.

He then asked his followers to tag a good woman they know to the post.

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