We hate it, it’s actually a turn off – Meek Mill reacts to Remi Tinubu’s advise for Nigerian girls not to copy Americans in dressing naked

American rapper, Meek Mill has shared his thoughts in response to a comment by Nigeria’s First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu while addressing young girls.

Mrs Tinubu advised Nigerian ladies not to emulate the celebrities in the United States of America who promote nudity and indecent dressing during social events like MET Gala.

She pointed out how the man are fully clothed whereas the women are unclad, an act she aid is not beauty and would not be accepted in the Africa culture.

The president’s wife gave the warning at an event tagged, “Celebrating the organised” as part of activities to mark President Bola Tinubu’s one year in office.

Remi Tinubu said; “We are not hosting MET Gala, nakedness is not beauty. We don’t accept nakedness in our culture. We know who we are, don’t lose who we are. The men are clothed and the young beautiful girls are going naked”.

Reacting a report about what he said, Meek Mill pointed out that Black men in America disapprove of such show of indecency in public.

The Hip Hop star quoted the post and wrote; “Black men in America hate it … it’s actually a turn off!!”

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