Segun Gele Speaks Out on Shady Dubai Runs & What People Will do for the Love of Money

Popular Texas-based makeup artist and vlogger Segun Gele has spoken up against the “many shady things people are doing for money.”

He posted this video a few hours ago, as on Twitter yesterday, “dormant HIV”, “dormant Herpes” and “Dubai” were trending topics.

Screen shots of Instagram DMs with “Instagram models” were leaked, showing they were willing to do a lot of dangerous sex acts for thousands of Dollars and shopping money.

Watch! **warning – graphic language**

18 Comments on Segun Gele Speaks Out on Shady Dubai Runs & What People Will do for the Love of Money
  • Céline Mademoiselle March 27, 2016 at 2:36 pm

    JESUS ! “Coprophalia”. Unbelievable 🙁
    I can’t dare to google it.

  • BABY ELEPANT March 27, 2016 at 2:43 pm

    Yellow skin doesn’t equate to beauty, segun is still suffering from colonial mentality.
    Segun shouldn’t judge or condemn people or couples swinging or eating shit for money. A normal person is not brought up to eat shit for money, so know whatever their predicament is, it is not a normal situation. You should question why those who have money are degrading people in such away.

    • nwa nna March 27, 2016 at 4:42 pm

      @baby elefant, I think you missed the point.
      Segun’s was only sounding an alarm on how low we’ve descended as a society where people will do anything & everything for money without caring about the consequences, no scruples whatsoever just to make some money so that they opress others.. Some fvcked up shyte, pun intended

    • Queenin March 27, 2016 at 4:54 pm

      Baby Elephant, are you a “coprophilist”?!

    • Kennedy March 27, 2016 at 8:48 pm

      Thank you. I use to run a contraception clinic in one of the red light areas. I git to know few of the girls. Listening to their stories just made me feel depressed. There was this one girl she was bout 16 or even younger her mum needed regular dialysis. to pay for it she sold her dignity. I have massive respect for women who do what they can to save their families. And before any of you judging people ask about why she couldn’t get an honest job let me ask you how many of you know of any 16 year olds who are gainful employed. People are calling out a housemaid for not reporting her allerged rape. Nobody cares to know how much suffering is out there. I will sell every part of my body to keep my love ones safe. If that was the only way. Mr segun all the way in obodo oyingbo eating burger calling out women. Maybe you should shift your lard ass home and come and sort out the root of the evil. The poverty inflicted on your people by corrupt politicians. Let’s stop victimising the victim. It’s not on.

  • pinopino March 27, 2016 at 3:00 pm

    I really pity guys who equate beauty, fake porcelain skin to disease free.
    I was in a salon sometime ago and one of these ‘Dubai chics’ was telling my stylist that she inserts cotton wool inside her vagina because she leaks all the time. I had an earpiece on my ear and I doubt if she really knew someone overheard her.
    Since that day, I stopped tapping into all these ‘fly-looking-girls- blessings ‘. Men beware oo
    Happy Easter to all BellAnaijarians

  • Nuria March 27, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    @Baby Elephant Abeg he should judge them. Which condition? I know people who do stupid things just so they can afford vacation and shop, change a barely two year old car and several (in my opinion) other mundane reasons.There is no excuse. You ve got to be sick first of allto accept such a proposition and desparate to preserve your image as big girl/boy.

    • nene March 27, 2016 at 7:32 pm

      one people are just too sexually expressive. they try anything and anything. i and a boyfriend who told me a fantasy was to pee on me, i told him my own fantasy is to defecate on him. idiot! watching too much porn and having a sick mind contributed to all this.

  • OJ March 27, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    ”Hello girlfriend, nice weave u are wearing….yea thanks, i got it on my last trip to dubai
    wow, dubai, must be really expensive…..yea, its cheaper though compared to buying it in naija
    really….yea, im actually thinking of importing more of it to sell here in naija
    wow, i wish i was in your shoes babygirl flying to dubai and london everytime…..someday u’ll get there, just work hard for it”…….

  • nwa nna March 27, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Whatever floats there boat! Having a good self worth is. Key, unfortunately naija has become an extremely materialistic society where people are trying so hard to outshine the next person at all cost & no thanks to social media with people showing off.
    Always saddens me to no end when I read through blog comments, BN included talking about tapping into people’s blessing! What exactly do you know that you tapping into?!! Biko, my people let’s work on out self worth, there’s nothing wrong in admiring the finer things but let’s not get carried away..

  • Theurbanegirl March 27, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Not even going to dignify you with a response, I mean, your name is baby elephant.

  • Fyi March 27, 2016 at 5:28 pm

    Na wa o, things going on in this world!!! I fear for my children o, what world are they going to grow up in? I miss watching this guy. He is always making sense and talking about real issues. Wonder what happened to the uncensored he started.

  • nene March 27, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    at the end of the day, whatever you sow, you shall reap. if men and women want to sell themselves for money, if people want to be hedonistic, then judgement day is coming for you.

  • ElessarisElendil March 28, 2016 at 12:42 am

    Comments here have taken from ????????????????????

    I just can’t.. Just think, you might have hugged/ shaken or even kissed a coprophilliac???

  • Letty March 28, 2016 at 1:38 am

    I am so worried about what the advent of porn, social media and the internet has degraded our society into. The thing with Nigerians is amuta agbakalia, meaning when you learn a dance you dance even more than those who taught you. Nigerians in Nigeria glorify what they imagine is the western way of life. I know there is grinding and back breaking poverty in Nigeria, but everyone in Nigeria wants to be a millionaire driving expensive cars and living large enough to intimidate their friends and this is very very troubling. They glorify the rapper thugs who are so few and are not the mainstream. Im not sure there are up to 10 rich ones, who display Bentleys, drink mumm and moet and chandon but these people don’t exist in America, it is all a facade, but gullible ill informed Nigerians have bought into this nonexistent fairytale. In America the average person is middle class, with 2.5 children, two simple cars, a decent home with a mortgage, and live basically from pay check to paycheck. It is a common saying that here in America if you lose your job you are one or two paychecks from being homeless. I have lived in this country for 2 decades and trust me the American lifestyle people in Nigeria so glorify does not exist. Quite alright there is running water and constant electricity and good roads, but people here in America still struggle they don’t run around buying louboutins, jimmy choos, Giuseppe Zanottis, christian diors, Christian Lacroix’s, Manohlo Blahniks, Dolce and Gabbanas,Hermes and so on and so forth. They don’t shop out of vogue and cosmopolitan magazines. The rich in Nigeria have created this monster in people’s minds glorifying materialism that it is mind boggling and very very ugly to watch. Nigerians seem to be the most greedy and covetous people on the planet, the rich display terrible money miss road personalities, and have become slaves to name brands. Nigerians have become very shallow, small minded materialistic beings. I have noticed recently the advent of Hard liquor companies taking over Nigeira, and shallow Nigerians feel so privileged that they are being recognized by these companies, who have caught on the fact that Nigerians will greedily devour anything western shoved down their throats.
    They wonder why the poor who have no access of being rich kidnap, pillage and maim. Nigerian music is laced with filth and raunch talking about inappropriate things such as women’s backsides and sexual acts. The Nigerian movies are laced with porn and should really be called porn movies, and children freely access these movies and songs. I saw a video of a girl gyrating her hips and dancing to adult music with lyrics such as “after the reggae comes the booze” there are no boundaries anymore. My family and I live in the US and we are way more conservative than even Nigerian children living in Nigeria. Nigerians have lost their innocence, sensibility and decorum. Nigerians have become way more sexually promiscuous, debaucherous and lascivious than Americans. Yet the juxtaposition with churches in every corner is very confusing. It has become a country with staggering stark contrasts. Everything they do they overdo. We need help in Nigeria from God!

  • Anon March 28, 2016 at 8:46 am

    The problem with Nigeria is corruption. Nigerians are not stupid or evil. No laws means people are not protected. There are many examples of that from no child labour laws, no social services to intervene when there are child abuse, endangerment, safeguarding issues, The lack of education means people genuinely don’t understand the impact certain poor life style choices make .. Nigerian society is the same as Britain. was back in the Victorian era that the then social critic Charles Dickens wrote about. In terms of lawlessness we are comparable to the American Wild West. The difference is while Nigeria is stagnated in the 17th /18th century in terms of development we are exposed to the advancements in dangers that the 21st century has to offer.its like a 2 year old playing with a loaded gun. It’s easy to sit and point fingers at a situation, it’s hard to actually do something about it. All the laws put in place in these developed countries where agitated for by the people for the people. So if we want safety for our children on the Internet then maybe we need to be lobbying for it instead of lobbying for contracts to enrich our own coffers. Maybe we should be lobbying for better education for our children, perhaps we should lobby for laws to protect our kids from sexual exploitation agitate for laws that put people who abuse vulnerable people behind bars. Agitate for female empowerment. Break away from cultures that encourage child abuse, rape etc. Nobody will do it for us. Especially you guys abroad looking down your noses at Nigerians bring your expertise home and help mobilise people. We have to do it ourselves. If we want our society to be like Britain, America we need to get active and agitate for change. Thank you rant over, sorry for the numerous typos and horrid grammar but am sure you get my gist. @Mr Segun i didn’t know what cocowatsit was, but thanks to you I and am sure a couple of minors are well informed bout it.

  • dave March 28, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    well , you got to eat the booty like groceries lmfao

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