Adekunle Gold

33 year old YBNL singer Adekunle Gold weighs in on the rising number of rape and killing of women in Nigeria, condemning the act and urging men to do better.

The ”Something Different” crooner stated that society has enabled senseless men who exploit women either through catcalling or in objectification.

Read his post which comes after a 16 year old girl Tina was killed through a stray bullet from a drunk police officer and a 100 level UNIBEN student Uwa, was raped and killed in a Church in Benin where she went to study ln less than a week:

My heart bleeds.
Uwa and Tina’s lives have been cut short because we’ve raised and enabled a generation of men who believe women should be exploited not protected.
We’ve enabled powerdrunk senseless men with uniforms and weapons.
We are not allowed to sit down there and say “not all men” fuck that! All men are responsible. Your brother’s heart is desperately wicked and you have enabled it, whether in catcalling or in objectification. We have enabled it. Not waiting on the government to do anything, don’t want to set myself up for further disappointment.
I pray we raise better sons and enable better men.


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My heart bleeds. Uwa and Tina’s lives have been cut short because we’ve raised and enabled a generation of men who believe women should be exploited not protected. We’ve enabled powerdrunk senseless men with uniforms and weapons. We are not allowed to sit down there and say “not all men” fuck that! All men are responsible. Your brother’s heart is desperately wicked and you have enabled it, wether in catcalling or in objectification. We have enabled it. Not waiting on the government to do anything, don’t want to set myself up for further disappointment. I pray we raise better sons and enable better men.

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Adekunle Kosoko aka AG baby is a Nigerian highlife songwriter and graphic designer who became famous after releasing the 2015 hit single “Sade”, a highlife cover of One Direction’s “Story of My Life”.