- A Nigerian lady, Mercy Ehimare, has taken to social media to share her thoughts on a trend among independent women
- According to her, most women after becoming successful, tend to identify with male titles such as 'king and father'
- Ehimare criticised these women, saying men didn't do the same thing
One common trend on social media is the use of titles such as 'king' by female social media users. Well, it appears not everyone is a fan of this and one of such people is a Nigerian lady identified as Mercy Ehimare.
She recently took to Twitter to question why women often refered to themselves using male titles the moment they become successful and independent.
Condemning the trend, she stated that men who are single parents do not refer to themselves as mothers or queen. Ehimare opined that women could be successful and still be queens.
"When a lady becomes independently successful she starts calling herself a man, king father etc that signifies male gender. You don’t see a man who single-handedly raised 3 to 4 girls calling himself mother/queen. Sis you can be successful and be a queen, stop this rubbish."
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In other news, Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh, has taken to social media to highlight her achievements as a single mother as she marks her son King Andre’s birthday.
King clocked 5 on February 17, 2021, and his celebrity mum has taken to social media to celebrate.
The movie star shared photos of her baby boy’s cakes and she accompanied it with a caption where she explained all she had done to raise him.
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