Singer Temmie Ovwasa says there are many pedophiles in Nigeria and every family has one
Former YBNL signee, Temmie Ovwasa recently stated that paedophiles are on the rise in Nigeria and that every family has one.
She shared this opinion on her Twitter handle. Temmie Of was a wrote:
”There are many pedophiles in Nigeria, we’re not addressing it as we should and it’s stressing my brain out. Every family has one, almost every Nigerian women I’ve met has been sexually harassed/abused by an uncle.. Where are these uncles? In their homes, “Head of the house”.
What do you expect from a country where it’s legal to marry children in some parts? That grown man with a younger wife and a baby they had when she was obviously a minor? You know him? Yeah, I know a lot of them too. Keep pretending it’s not happening.”
Temmie Ovwasa has refused to change her name from YBNLPrincess after leaving singer Olamide’s label. The 24-year-old revealed that she was no longer a member of YBNL on her Instastories.
Temmie Ovwasa once said during an interview that she spent a significant part of her teenage years hating her smile.
“It somehow it morphed into an inability to smile or laugh consciously (also, I don’t owe anyone a smile) but i was told a couple of times to close my gap ( a lot of people don’t know I have this because I hardly smile).”
Temmie Ovwasa was born on the 29th of November 1996 in Ilorin, Kwara State where she grew up.
Her father is from Delta state while her mother is from Osun State.
She discovered her musical talent at a very early age and started singing at the church choir at the age of eight and also wrote her first song about the same time.
Temmie Ovwasa attended her primary education at Grace Christian Schools and secondary education at Dalex Royal College, both in Ilorin Kwara state.
She gained admission to study Medical Anatomy at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), located in Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria.