Media Personality Stephanie Coker Says Present Generation Has 'in a Sense Normalised Prostitution'

Media Personality Stephanie Coker Says Present Generation Has 'in a Sense Normalised Prostitution'

- Stephanie Coker has taken to social media to share her thoughts about the present generation

- According to her, prostitution has in a way become an accepted norm

- The media personality went on to question if the previous generation was scammed into believing in independence as a woman

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Nigerian media personality, Stephanie Coker, recently spoke about a particular issue she has noticed in the present generation.

In an Instastory post, the TV gal talked about how this generation has in a way normalised prostitution.

Coker went on to question whether the older generation which enjoyed the reign of Destiny Child's promotion of independence among women, were deceived.

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In her words:

"It's actually crazy how this generation have in a sense normalized prostitution. I'm not on a moral high horse or anything. But if we are being honest...
"Or is it that the Destiny's Child 'Independent women' generation were scammed? I'm trying to be objective but."
It's crazy how this generation has normalized prostitution - Media personality Stephanie Coker
The media personality has shared her thoughts about the current generation. Photo credit: Stephanie Coker
Source: Instagram

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See how internet users have reacted to her post:


"Funny enough hardworking girls are not even appreciated………the criteria now is big bum and twerk it on snap."


"Because the generation has normalized mocking those who wants to get rich in a legal way .. when the society stops poverty shaming people then prostitution will reduce."


"Everything we knew to be evil is normalised now and it is a shame."


"All this boils down to personality..This generation might normalize it but you have to make your own choice of how you want to live your life..# good morals hits differently."

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In other news, social media users reacted to a story going round the internet about an unidentified man who is set to wed his bride in a ceremony funded by her sugar daddy.

According to Twitter user, Kelvin Odanz, the said groom agreed to allow his partner's benefactor to sponsor the wedding.

The tweet which kept hidden the identity of the parties involved stated that the bride has been working as his executive assistant for the last three years in a Real Estate company in Garki.

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