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“I’m upset because there is a deliberate effort by media to poison my Daughters’ Minds” eLDee on Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose

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Tech entrepreneur, musician and Father of two, eLDee spoke his mind on a hot topic on Twitter and it has become a trending topic.

Many have reacted against and supporting his views on what/who should be a kid’s influence.

Here’s what he had to say:

See some of the reactions to his tweets:

94 Comments

  1. Corolla

    October 2, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    Uhm, there will always be external influences thst threaten our path in life, it’s up to parents to do their job, and police their kids. How about blocking the chanels that air these shows, and making sure your kids only watch what you agree with. They are so many shows, movies, and books that show women in a positive light. Do your research and find uplifting content for your daughhters. It’s not that hard, or kukuma cancel DSTV, shikena.

    • Darius

      October 2, 2016 at 5:09 pm

      It’s easier said than done. I have seen parents who monitored their kids like the CIA and the FBI, but the kids turned out to be social misfits. Monitoring what the kids watch might help a little, but it is not the almighty formular.

    • Corolla

      October 2, 2016 at 5:45 pm

      I guess it’s not that easy, but you can’t hold someone else responsible for being a bad rolemodel to your daughter.

    • Tosin

      October 2, 2016 at 6:15 pm

      he is policing the channels by speaking up, and by using his influence to suggest that we do better.
      wish all kids and all parents and all people had an excess of common sense, but the reality is that the media really really shape what most people will carry their little follow-follow legs to do, and so it’s great that the concerned dad and entertainment thought-leader is thinking about these things and commenting on them.

    • Corolla

      October 3, 2016 at 12:23 am

      No, he is policing what other people do! There are billions of people on earth, and they will all have different interests. Some like to watch amber rose, Kardashian, and listen/watch sexual content, while others prefer less sexual content, Christian channels etc. You as a father should decide what goes on in your house, and what your kids watch, and most importantly, be an example for them!

    • Anon

      October 2, 2016 at 6:38 pm

      I went to school in an inner city London school. Mehnn it’s tough oh. Like a war zone. You may come from good stock, parents may cook you with good morals and all that but kids can be mean!!!!!!!!!!!!. To start with You get all sorts of social problem children mingling with others. These kids got street credibility, they determine who will be in their SQUAD and who becomes a social pariah. For a kid it’s a big big deal to belong to a social circle. So they try to fit in, by lowering their standardss becoming overly sexualised, delibrately failing exams dumbing themselves just to FIT IN.. Girls leave their houses in the morning well dresssed in knee high skirts by the time they get on the bus skirt don change level, face is beaten and contoured into something else. For me sha oh I believe the media has a HUGE deal to do with these pressures kids face in school. The year I was in school two students committed sucide. They were bullied and ostracised by their peers. The best thing any parent can do is to ensure your kids get into selective schools I.e grammar schools. Problem kids tend not to do well academically so you don’t get theim passing grammar school entrance exams. I agree with el Dee !the likes of Kim kadash, Amber, have been given status of role model by the media. It needs to stop. It really is destroying the future of young people.

    • Icrossmyheart

      October 2, 2016 at 7:55 pm

      I get where he is coming from but the hypocrisy is just mind boggling. Who made them such? I refuse to the term whore because it is vrry degoratory and only aimed at women. What about him? IS HE NOT THE ONE WHO CAME TO NORTH AMERICA FOR HIS SHOW AND WAS LOOKING FOR GIRLS??? Stop with this self righteous crap.

      BE THE CHANGE YOU WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD. You want your daughters to have better role models and yet with the terms you have used towards women you have no respect for them. 10 successful black women not limited to America:

      1. Serena williams
      2. Chimamanda Adichie
      3. Oprah
      4. Winnie Mandela
      5. Elaine Wentworth (youngest black editor in cheir of a major magazine at 29)
      6. Michelle Obama
      7. Issa Rae
      8. Folansho Alakija
      9. Maki Oh
      10. Arunmah Oteh
      11. Ngozi Iweala
      12. Thandie Newton
      13. I can go on and on

      I dont even know up to 10 women who he claims as _______. Maybe he knows more than 10. So he is clearly exposing himself and his daughters TO WHAT HE WANTS TO SEE. I rarely watch the shows he is speaking of.

      YOU ARE WHAT YOU WATCH!!!!

    • chichi

      October 3, 2016 at 5:27 pm

      I LOVE THIS! @icrossmyheart The fact is you really can be what you see, and the same way you choose to avoid certain websites, publications and TV channels that show these so called ‘hoes’ as he puts it, he can turn his daughters to the right places too, influence them. But man it is hard,I’d like to think I turned out well, and although I’m not very follow follow now, I did have a time at least a few times where I went with the bad crowd and I have to say I was lucky, things could of been worse but I’d like to think the values that my parents instilled in me stuck with me, so I never crossed the line much.

      And my parents were not what you call strict by Nigerian standards, I mean I’m in the arts and was never discouraged from that, so I think a combination of values and giving your kids some space to form their own opinions helps. But to be fair reality shows were not my parents favourite types of shows growing up, I think too many parents love watching these types of programs now with their kids and lets face it, all the black woman on their are too busy fighting about insignificant things whilst dressed in designer clothes and very little is said about how they get the money for the lifestyles they lead, I’m old enough to know its not real life but kids and young adults buy into it 100%.. Its very infectious and then added with instagram you’re busy thinking about how others got what they have instead of how you can add value to society
      I honestly fear for kids of today and the ones I don’t have yet.. c

    • Bola

      October 2, 2016 at 8:57 pm

      Are you seriously waiting for tv to raise your daughter. Your children will always be a combination of yourself as a parent and what you raised them to be i

  2. Hope

    October 2, 2016 at 2:27 pm

    People just don’t like the truth. I fear for our children’s generation. I really fear. God help us.

  3. Bey

    October 2, 2016 at 2:28 pm

    Abeg LD shld take it easy.
    In my opinion as a mum I think it is not any celebrities job to be a role model to my child. It is my duty as a mum to be that Role model, make sure my child is surrounded by good role model like me, his dad, his grand parents, Pastors at church and my friends.
    I surround myself with good, powerful responsible friends who can also affect him positively.
    I don’t encourage people to swear, drink or smoke beside my child. I scrutinise what he’s watching on TV.
    Me and his dad spend quality time with him. We pray together. Let him know how important religion is.
    I get where LD is coming from. But my personal belief, it’s not a job of a celebrity to be a good role model. They are human beings like you and I, with their own problems and demons they are dealing with.

    • Anon

      October 2, 2016 at 7:01 pm

      Madam it takes a village to raise a child. You can’t bring up your kid in isolation. You can only do your best and contain them and protect them from the world but the society in which you bring them up has a huge influence on their outlook and outcome. As parents it our collective and indeed Godly responsibility to stand up and fight depravity that the social media exposes our kids to on a daily basis. They don’t even have to go looking for it, it assaults their young senses from the onset. It might not be your child but believe me one child exposed to the media messages of over sexualisation eventually becomes a menace to everyone. its not enough to say my child is this or that. You may be able to control your child but you may not be able to control the catalytic effect a morally deprived society can have on your child’s morals. That is why we need to speak with one voice and say enough. So I don’t think LD should take it easy, I think he’s on to something good.

  4. AceOfSpades

    October 2, 2016 at 2:31 pm

    Eldee is on point. How do you call a movement SLUT blah blah blah and say you promoting a good cause. It’s like promoting something called RAPE movement and then you give each alphabet a positive meaning, it’s still rubbish!

    Someone who would come out and say she just did threesome and expect us to say yaaaaaaay!!! If a guy says he just had sex with two girls, he should be bashed and so will apply to a female too.

    I can’t imagine my daughter supporting slut walk! Slut walk of all names. Did it occur to Amber Rose that no one will slut shame the Duchess of Cambridge, no one will Oprah Winifrey, no one will shame Serena Williams, Taylor Swift, Michelle Obama, even our own Linda Ikeji, Chimamanda, Tara Durotoye among others but when it comes to Kim K, Blac Chyna and Amber…it’s different! Maybe Amber is a real slut is why they slut shame her.

    • Bébé W

      October 2, 2016 at 2:52 pm

      Oh please, shut up!

    • Inspired

      October 2, 2016 at 3:24 pm

      That isn’t the point of slut walk. If only you people can read. You come on a popular blog ran by a woman to tell us that eldee is making sense. That he can’t name 10 successful black women easily. In that case, let us all boycott every black athlete and musician because the ones that don’t have baby mamas are cheating. We bash women for being video vixens or prostitutes, but not the men who patronize them. We police our daughters and let the sons walk free, raising great and principled women that have to marry from entitled and childish men that can’t even clean after themselves

    • Tosin

      October 2, 2016 at 6:12 pm

      That said (whatever I wrote down there) I’m with Amber Rose on the need to not slut shame. I’ll claim it. I’m a slut. So what? You are not a slut, congraulations. It’s all good. Sluttiness (whatever that is) is part of who we are or can be.

      It’s just painful if women don’t take all the opportunities they have to be more, MUCH MUCH MORE. See, never let the fact that you have tits stop you from being great. And when you think great, start with Alexander the Great and go up from there please, not all this instagreatness.

  5. tunmi

    October 2, 2016 at 2:48 pm

    Eldee can sit all the way down for this? Oprah, Ellen, Michelle Obama, Lupita Nyongo, Ellen, Dr. Adadevoh, Chimamanda, etc if you want respectability. What Kim and Amber are doing is showing and proving that your life is absolutely up to you. These are women who are forging their own path and you’re upset because they aren’t toeing your line. These women aren’t hoes but because they embrace their own sexualty, you’re upset. But who cares about you? Why are you even a factor? That these women exist, and they are businesswomen, mind you. Despite the racism and colorism at play, these women are running their empires and successfully at that.

    You talk about your daughters. You do realize that they currently live in a work that shames them for being women. And when they do grow up and realize their sexuality, whatever that may be, there will be men like their father who think women should only be sexual for men as men want, not as they (the women) want.

    If you are so concerned about hoeism, look at the bloody demand. Never once do you concern yourself with the menfolks. Never once do you talk to them to respect women as human beings not as object.

    • Patrick

      October 2, 2016 at 3:01 pm

      Truly we need some sanity people, we shouldn’t agree with the truth for the sake of making a point. He is bold enough to say what many won’t for the sake of the industry they work in.

    • Icrossmyheart

      October 2, 2016 at 8:07 pm

      You make sense jare.

      What about the menfolk? Or are these women sleeping with themselves? Where was Eldee when Dream shamelessly said he slept with three kardashians….. He is the common denominator making him the WHORE but Eldee twitter fingers were no where to be found. Yeah, as per usual.

      When a woman decides to own her sexuality, she is a bad role model. But when a man is clearly cheating on different women like Eldee, oh it is still the fault of the woman, ‘there are too many whores after all, we could not help ourselves’. Rubbish!!! Eldee i lost total respect for you when you came six hours late to your concert and performed for two minutes. At least Kim Kardashian showed in your Nigeria and stayed for two -three hours. She is a better role model than you will ever be.

  6. Mr. Egghead

    October 2, 2016 at 2:59 pm

    Sugabelly and CheRox are always writing nonsense on Twitter. Always quick to twist anything to suit their narrative.
    Somebody should go to work on their brains with a vacuum cleaner.

    I agree with Eldee but that is banter for another day.

    • Woman

      October 2, 2016 at 3:30 pm

      Ever since you’ve been going out of your way to assure us that you’re actually not a smart man and just a young man who can punctuate well enough to hide his overinflated ego that tries to twist words into making women look silly, I’m happy to know that it’s men like you that are against Cherox and Sugabelly. Brush up your ego and look around, women in your age group won’t be silenced again. Insulting them on social media makes them roar even louder. If you like, don’t realise that all these women can’t be angry for nothing. And please, stop telling feminists what can and cannot upset them. You’ve never been a woman, especially not a woman in Nigeria

    • kilipot

      October 2, 2016 at 3:36 pm

      Aassssss in, the way that one quickly went off point, my mouth was left hanging. Amber Rose and Oprah “receiving” the same respect. Hell No.

  7. Patrick

    October 2, 2016 at 3:04 pm

    God bless you Eldee! These are the principalities and powers we battle against and not some cat or flying witches.

  8. Spunky

    October 2, 2016 at 3:05 pm

    No matter how hard you shield children, we should not be in a haste to forget they are inquisitive and smart beings. I feel if you lead them on the right path and show good example in the home front, they will grow up with the right attitude and stay true to positive values. I see kids baring much skin, wearing make up with heavy braids adoring their head(at parties)…grinding to Flavors “ukwu nwanyi Owerri”. Apparently, Kim and Amber has no role here…parents should be responsible.

    • Woman

      October 2, 2016 at 3:31 pm

      So Flavour can have baby mamas and sing ukwu nwanyi Owerri, but women are the bad ones for featuring in his videos and dancing to his songs #spunky

    • AceOfSpades

      October 2, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      Actually you are wrong! They grind because that’s what they see on TV. It might not be Amber but there are thousands like Amber that this kids watch to do that. We are not dancing ‘sigidi’ now because no one is dancing it on TV for now. We are still dancing shoki because that’s what we see for now.

      If your daughters and sons don’t have access to Dstv and cable or blogs or mobiles or what have you..,.their friends in school does have access to it. Tackle the content because there is no escaping.

      When there is a post about Simeone or Osundara or Some girl making 4.98CGPA, you don’t get much comments on it but if it’s Kim flashing her privates or Tiwa Savage divorcing her husband, you’ll hear secondary school children giving opinions and you say it’s the parents work? That media can be controlled from inside your home? Hell No it can’t…

  9. Darius

    October 2, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    American culture is like cancer. It spreads very fast. Why is he focusing his lens on just two women. Let’s look at the big picture: everybody is influenced by American culture. Everything America does, Nigeria copies. The world copies. We copy the way they dress, we copy their accent, we copy their mannerisms, etc. We have to seriously fret about the negative impact American culture is having on our kids. We, the adults, that should know better are so influenced by American culture, we try to outdo one another in Americanness. We always wait for them to start something new so that we can copy. What ever trends in America, will surely trend in Naija. A nollywood actor that has been in the entertainment scene for years, only got noticed when 50 cent did a little magic on youtube. The poor guy got an endorsement deal and Nigerian artists parodied the him, all thanks to an American celebrity. Where did we get the ideas for these programs from?(Nigeria’s got talent, Nigerian Idol, lip-sync Africa, Desperate housewives Africa, etc.). Do we have the moral authority to tell our kids not to be influenced by American culture, when we, ourselves, are so influenced by American culture?

    • Darius

      October 2, 2016 at 3:18 pm

      …parodied him.

    • Roma

      October 2, 2016 at 3:36 pm

      You said it all, majority of Nigerians are copy cat. They copied everything American/British, Most of them don’t even have identity.

  10. Gboromiro

    October 2, 2016 at 3:18 pm

    I get his point, but dude, some of your lyrics are not positive. You have “Big Boy” that is glorifying material things. you also have “Bosi gbangban”, telling a girl to leave her bf as you have the money to take her abroad and buy her a hummer. The video also fetaured scantily dressed women. I love both songs and have no issues with them, but dude, if you are going to shame other people, you need to make sure you are squeaky clean.

  11. hadiza

    October 2, 2016 at 3:28 pm

    First of all, Kim is not a hoe. Secondly, these women are showing women that it’s okay to be sexual. Women should embrace their sexuality as they pleased. When men sleep with hundred women, there is no word for them in the dictionary, but when a woman sleeps with hundred men, there are thousands of abusive words in the dictionary for her to be called. I hate this double standard. that’s what Amber Heard is fighting for, the end of double standards. If it’s okay for men to sleep around, it’s okay for women too. Men embrace their sexuality, women shouldn’t be abused for choosing to do so too. #EndTheDoubleStandards.

    • Curios

      October 2, 2016 at 4:05 pm

      So u need this women to tell you as a lady that its ok to be sexual. You don’t have your own sense to tell you, its your birth right…u suffer from acute inferiority complex…there are more serious issues to fight over..,..

    • Darius

      October 2, 2016 at 4:43 pm

      @Hadiza, if you are losing sleep coz of the fact that men who sleep around are not given a derogatory name, pls, feel free to coin one and send it to OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. Afterall, Beyonce coined bootylicious and it entered the English lexicon. You can do the same.

    • LemmeRant

      October 2, 2016 at 8:42 pm

      Yup, I was waiting for the person who’s gonna turn this into a man vs woman debate.

      This is a father (parent) concerned about the future of his daughters as the media is promoting people who add no value other than materialistic things to their lives and here you are talking about man is sleeping with plenty women, woman cannot sleep with plenty men.
      Ki la gbe, Ki la ju? Stop seeing Eldee as a man you must attack rather just another concerned parent,

  12. Felinda

    October 2, 2016 at 3:30 pm

    Eldee you don’t even know the least what these folks have planned towards kids during this end times. Thru music, music, witchcraft books like Harry Potter even Disney cartoons pay very good attention. Nickelodeon etc. Type in Media mind control on our kids and youtube to educate yourself. As a parent you have to be very strict. Thank God you are raising your kid in Africa, cos if you were in America you loose total control how discipline them. The media are going to continue to push sex (Kylie, rihanna, Nicki, amber rose etc) and all things sex towards the young ones. That is the agenda. You as a parent have to decide what to do.

  13. Felinda

    October 2, 2016 at 3:37 pm

    Someone raised a good point if you Yankee copy Cat naija artist all emulate the West (except by our or mavin records eg Adaobi) then sir you don’t have mouth to talk, see all the disgusting slutty who rise almost naked looking foreign imported thirsty hoes PSQUARE and flavour and 98% of naija artist feature in their videos. I am sure eldee you are one of those artists

  14. Felinda

    October 2, 2016 at 3:38 pm

    I meant to type brymo and mavin

  15. Neharra

    October 2, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    Eldee, need a to have several seats with this one. while I personally don’t support the slut walk, I can respect Amber’s decision on the way she wants to live her life. As other people have stated above, it is not her job to be a role model to anyone’s kid. If we promoted the things we claim we love as much as the things we claim we hate, there would be much better content in the forefront for people to emulate. Now back to Eldee….he claims he has daughters and that the media wants to poison their minds….but yet of if we watch one of his videos on YouTube, we will see the same poison of which he speaks…a la glorifying half naked women and booties. How His daughters definitely don’t have to look far to see that. Therefore you, Mr ElDEE, are actually part of the problem and should take better control of the factors that you think should influence your children.

    • Neharra

      October 2, 2016 at 3:45 pm

      needs to*

  16. Ezenwanyi Owerri

    October 2, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    This same elder that was asking Mochedah for nudes in the DMs? The same eldee that is pro hay rights and lives in Atlanta but thinks the “west” is all-evil
    Men can patronize prostitutes and runs girls but ALL the focus is only on the prostitutes. Not even the MARRIED OLD men that should know better. How will there be so much supply if there isn’t demand.
    If immorality is by watching tv I will make sure my son never listens to Flavour, wizkid, Davido, tuface, timaya, KSA because their lifestyles endorse baby mamas and adultery. In fact he shouldn’t even be near my dad or the high percentage of Nigerian men from the drivers to the billionaires that openly cheat on their wives.
    Eldee, your daughter shouldn’t watch slut walk, but can she sing along to the rapey lyrics of “today na today, you no go escape, I go put you for corner, I’m ready for you”
    And she can watch her dad dance along scantily clad video vixens. Or was it their mum, (your wife?) in that video with you, the way Timi Dakolo puts his wife in his videos.
    You people better mepe’anya gi o. All these comments unu ne’zuzu n’ede thinking it will make us shrink. Odiegwu. We are rising and rising and we refuse to stop being oppressed
    The nerve he has to blast Kim and Amber rose that probably have Lower body counts than he does (we know sir, we know)

  17. Kalila

    October 2, 2016 at 3:48 pm

    To Eldee and everyone supporting Eldee, this is the simple question I have for you;

    Y’all go on and on about “we have kids, we have daughters, blah blah.” So if that’s the case, why is that a man like Fela who used and disposed off women like Fela did is worshipped? Olamide sung songs about raping a girl. Wizkid sung “Today na Shalewa, tomorrow na Vanessa.” Chris Brown sings about “pussy” all the time and I NEVER heard Eldee complain. You guys never complain either. But when Amber Rose, a woman, talks about having multiple sexual partners, she is automatically crucified and maligned? Why is it that men are allowed to express themselves in sexual ways that women can’t? The way Olamide sang about rape like it was normal in Story for the Gods, the way Reminisce rapped about forcibly cumming on a woman’s face, is that how you would like your sons to treat women? If no, why do you accept it and not complain but when a woman says things like that, its a horrible crime and she’s a hoe? Tiwa Savage did her Wanted video, y’all wanted to kill her! Yet the girls in Wizkid, Olamide and Davido’s videos wear and do worse than what Tiwa did. Davido’s own is even worse because he has a daughter. Yet Eldee has NEVER shamed Davido! Why the double standard?
    So its OK for men to use their sexuality however they want, but women are shamed for what men are praised for? Is that it? Why?
    I had a conversation with a woman last night. It went something like this;
    ME; “They’re getting divorced? Why?”
    HER; “Don’t mind that Ashewo. Opening her legs wide for her ex-boyfriend.”
    ME: Really? But I thought her husband left her for another woman?
    HER: And so? He’s a man, na! Doesn’t she know that a man will always cheat? So because a man is cheating, should you become a whore?”

    You see? This is what I do not understand. Why is it fine for men to do it, and if women do it, they are shamed. That’s what the slut walk is about. It is intended to ask why women get judged unfairly for things men get a pat on the back for.
    Someone please explain why!!!

    • Corolla

      October 2, 2016 at 8:21 pm

      @Kalila one million likes!

    • Darius

      October 2, 2016 at 8:23 pm

      @Kalila, the question is, why do most women think that it’s ok for a man to cheat? I think women are part of the problem. Maybe if y’ll stop believing that a man is entitled to cheat, we’ll begin to do things differently.

    • LemmeRant

      October 2, 2016 at 8:47 pm

      You don’t hear complaints because you don’t want to complain. I for one don’t listen to songs without content. But everybody has a right to complain if the content doesn’t suit you. If you’re not complaining then its nobody’s fault.

    • Mr. Egghead

      October 2, 2016 at 9:12 pm

      @Kalila,

      The world is an imperfect place and there are double standards everywhere.
      Some double standards benefit men; some double standards benefit women.

      Everybody is ranting because the comment was made by Eldee. – maybe he was the wrong vessel

      So let me ask?

      If Eldee’s comment was made by Chimamanda, would it be any less valid?

    • Anonymous

      October 2, 2016 at 9:31 pm

      You’re stupid and you have no one to tell you. Does someone need to be a feminist to have common sense? Don’t worry, when you have a daughter and you see how she’s unnecessarily policed and sexualised as a woman of color, you’ll understand that there’s no winning for black women and women in general

    • tunmi

      October 3, 2016 at 3:04 am

      ??????

  18. kilipot

    October 2, 2016 at 3:55 pm

    …… I agree with what he said but let’s not go hard on the girls and leave the boys.
    It is also not right for boys to be promiscuous also,they should for example learn to dress properly too. Go to the malls and what do u see, teenage boys dressed up like drug dealer. The Western Media influence has held them captive. Face cap, bigTees, saggy jeans and long neck chain with funny accent.

    • Curios

      October 2, 2016 at 4:09 pm

      Well he is a father to daughters… I think if he had son he might discipline them too. My boss once called his two little boys and warned them in advance that if he ever catches them sagging their trousers…they would be in soup, these were two queit innocent looking kids…but my guy wasn’t going to take chances..

  19. Gboromiro

    October 2, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    I get his point, but dude, some of your lyrics are not positive. You have “Big Boy” that is glorifying material things. You also have “Bosi gbangban”, telling a girl to leave her bf as you have the money to take her abroad and buy her a hummer. The video also fetaured scantily dressed women. I love both songs, and have no issues with them, but dude, if you are going to shame other people, you need to make sure you are squeaky clean.

  20. Josephine

    October 2, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    I see why he Eldee has concerns but I like Bey’s comment. As a parent he has a lot of power to influence his kids at home. Amber isn’t doing her slut walk deliberately to mislead kids. Kim K isnt naked everywhere to be a bad influence. They are living as they please. It’s up to parents to make it clear what they expect from their kids. Our generation grew up with Madonna’s wild ways and not one girl who slept around did it because she saw Madonna. Those girls did it from a lack of love and direction from home. Sugar belly shouldn’t say Amber and Oprah are on the same level of respect. I don’t think Amber herself would say that.

  21. Adriana

    October 2, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    Eldee really isn’t one to talk. Nigerian men do worse than what Amber does and brag about it. Like Timaya who proudly stated he had sex with his rape accuser even though he is very much in a committed relationship.
    HeHe never criticizes men for sexually indiscriminate behavior but he’s always calling women “runs girls” and stuff.
    Promiscuity is nothing to be proud of, but don’t criticize Amber because your fellow men do it and you NEVER call them out. The Double Standards are alarming!

  22. hadiza

    October 2, 2016 at 4:17 pm

    this eldee is a loser. Him and All naija artist feature half naked white black n half caste women, then he opens his dirty mouths to say it’s not OK to have a ho as a role model. Oga, why are hoes in your video?? oloriburuku ni e. @curious, don’t men know that it’s our birth right to be sexual when they abuse and rape us?? eh?? men try to tell us how to act and behave as of we belong to them. Amber rose is telling young women that it’s okay to do what we want without caring about what men think. #LoveYouAmber.

    • Paul Adeyemo

      October 2, 2016 at 4:43 pm

      you know eldee b4. lol

    • Cocoa

      October 2, 2016 at 5:57 pm

      Hadiza, I understand your frustration. No, women do not belong to men but you forgot one major thing…..WE ALL BELONG TO GOD. OUR LIFE IS NOT OUR OWN. WE DONT EVEN OWN THE AIR WE BREATHE!!!

      We are all meant to be living our life in a way that is pleasing to GOD! No one can force anyone to do this, God doesn’t even force anyone to live for Him.
      But trust me when I say, living outside of God is your LOSS! Because there is NOTHING like the PEACE and JOY found in Him. And it is my prayer…that all will come to discover this before its too late. ULTIMATELY, all knees will eventually bow and all tongues wil have no choice but to confess …that JESUS CHRIST IS LORD!!!!! THE OWNER AND MAKER OF YOUR LIFE. AND TO HIM ALL WILL RETURN AND ACCOUNT FOR THEIR SOULS.

  23. hadiza

    October 2, 2016 at 4:28 pm

    *mouth,*if

  24. Udegbunam Chukwudi

    October 2, 2016 at 4:31 pm

    I wonder if some people know the actual meaning of this SlutWalk thing. Mscheeew.

    Is not by force to born pikin biko. The media can’t be raising dem babies for you.

    • Icrossmyheart

      October 2, 2016 at 8:13 pm

      Thank you. I am sure he has a child out of wedlock. Pot condemning kettle as is the case ALWAYS in Nigeria.

      WOMEN OWN YOUR SEXUALITY. If na 1000 men you want to sleep with, SLEEP oh. As far as you can deal with yhe consequences. Na your body, your life, your way.

      Men want to shame women when they decide that yheir (womens) sexuality belongs to them (women).

      If your daughter looks up to these women as role models then it is ENTIRELY YOUR FAULT. They have no one at home to look up to. There were Britney Spears and co back in the day, but mehn na my mama wey i wan be like even pass sef.

  25. Darius

    October 2, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    @Hadiza, if you are losing sleep coz of the fact that men who sleep around are not given a derogatory name, pls, feel free to coin one and send it to OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS. Afterall, Beyonce coined bootylicious and it entered the English lexicon. You can do the same.

  26. john

    October 2, 2016 at 4:56 pm

    saw this on twiter….Sugabellywill come here & tweet trash in support of amber. But i’m sure she’ll raise her daughter 2 be Michelle Obama kinda lady, stay woke ….the fact that she mentioned oprah and amber in the same sentence shows how stupid she is ..respect is earned not demanded..it is like comparing obama and charlie sheen

    • Mawi

      October 3, 2016 at 1:04 am

      She actually said Amber & Oprah deserve the same amount of respect simply because they are women. So because vagina is present, I must be automatically respected. Kk. Lemme go & sleep with ur father, brothers & husbands for money first. Lemme see how much you will respect me. Make sure u also tell ur daughter that she can do same if she so desires cos it’s ‘respectable’. And please advise ur sons to marry such women cos they are just as respectable as Oprah Winfrey. Sugar Belly if you can’t do all these, you are just a noise maker with no sense. By the way, why aren’t u a stripper? You look the part. Besides, you’ve had experience…

  27. Darius

    October 2, 2016 at 4:59 pm

    BN, pls, you guys should stop duplicating my comment.

  28. Tosin

    October 2, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    lol the way of the world. Even some of the most “powerful” women use sex or pretend to use sex, when asked to dress up they dress up as little powerless sexy things, … no matter how powerful they themselves are.
    glad he is angry. Female lives matter y’all.

  29. Aire

    October 2, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    ???finally someone with some sense.

  30. Funshe

    October 2, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    Please o
    Was it not eldee that sang ‘mo le Gba oko lowo e’ with Goldie that time!

    I sent him msg then that what was he teaching the kids he opened his mouth to reply with an incomphrensive one.

    Dude now you know you have daughters lol

    I’m sure flavor too that featured in an international Aristo song will soon vent in 10years time

  31. Nenye

    October 2, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    I was discussing with my friend the other day about how society shun the good side of everything and embrace the bad side. Frustrations sometimes makes people turn a new leaf. Iyanya, Praiz, Chee, Bez, Chidinma and moral sites never gets encouraged and so they turned to sell their market in the way that will favour the world. How can Eldee after spoiling other people kids with his lyrics complain about the next generation that he and his cohorts has so tutored. We do what we are thought I mean, people shouldn’t expect a self-con apartment after breaking it”s kitchen and bathroom. You don’t tell a little boy to stop smoking just after you had thought him to smoke; he needs to smoke more and find out why you decided to quit too.

    So sad, I don’t even think the moral thing can even get better.

  32. Spunky

    October 2, 2016 at 8:25 pm

    You are pardoned for misconstruing my comment. This has nothing to do with Boy or girl child…It cuts across gender. The point is, it will be almost impossible to dictate what content the media brings our way. Corolla and Bey said it all…

  33. Bimbo

    October 2, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    When men are whoring and being man hoes , the world is okay but when women own their sexuality as men do – the world is turning upside down. Hilarious !

  34. hadiza

    October 2, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    @Josephine, @Adriana, I love u guys. You guys make me proud. Eldee never calls men out for whoring, but when a woman does it, he opens his dirty mouth. Why didn’t he call out Olamide when he sang a rape song?? I’m so disgusted with all male Nigerian artists now. I’ve deleted all their songs from my phone. I never knew story for the gods was a rape song. I’ll never listen to any male artist again.

  35. Bokun

    October 2, 2016 at 9:56 pm

    Why do people keep losing the Damned point. It’s not about girls versus boys. It’s about moral standards effecting the younger generation. I just wonder at the intelligence of people who can simplify things to a gender augment. Wtf is wrong with you. Girls will role model girls. You get! So little girls will see big girls like Kim and the other plastic fantastic and may want to grow up to become them. What’s wrong with that? Oh Notting if sex tapes and numerous illicit affairs , body dystopia , total disregard for education is what you want your daughters to emulate and hopefully for you, grow up to become. And if this is the case me and I’m sure El Dee ain’t judging you. So please allow the man to express his concerned at the message that fellow women like Kim and the other one may have on his daughters. It’s quite obvious that he doesn’t want his girls emulating them. If he had boys he’d probably have issues with the message male media personalities like I don’t know like davido/ flavour baby mama drama, money miss road things could effect how his boys would relate to women. The guy has got a valid point,.whether you want to agree or choose to argue blindly. I’m done!

    • Bokun

      October 2, 2016 at 11:05 pm

      Body dysmorphia even

    • Mawi

      October 3, 2016 at 12:37 am

      Yes he has a valid point, but he’s guilty of the same thing he is now standing up against. He helped in propagating such nonsense. He lusts after & patronises such women. So why is he now complaining? He shouldn’t be cos he is an enabler. I guess what El Dee is really trying to say is, they should continue but they shouldn’t publicise their lives cos his daughters are to be protected. The kids that watched his videos nko? They are not important abi? He is just as guilty so he needs to be quiet. Remove the log from ur eye first biko.

    • Tosin

      October 3, 2016 at 6:37 am

      This your comment should be made into a film. Look at me here just clapping.

    • Mz_Danielz

      October 3, 2016 at 11:10 am

      But they will listen to the YMCMB gang, Olamide’s song ant date rape, Lil Kesh gbese re, your own gbosi gbangba etc and won’t be spoilt abi because it is okay to use girls, date rape them, talk about their body parts anyhow because a man disrespecting women doesn’t mean they are spoilt abi or the older generation of men do not have a responsibility to instill gentlemanly behaviors to the next generation

    • Donald-Landon-24 (formerly known as Donald-Landon before someone purloined it)

      October 3, 2016 at 1:22 pm

      The person relaying the message does matter. You can’t be trying to clean other people’s houses and police them while your own is just like theirs. 95% of your music videos have women that are no different from Kim Kardashian. One of his songs jokingly talks about rape. And all of a sudden you are yakking about the scarcity of good examples. Are you setting this example yourself? It baffles me how someone (Eldee) screwing other women while married is now concerned about role models for his daughter. Just maybe if you weren’t messing around your daughter wouldn’t have to look far for a role model or who to look up to. Most of the time children are constantly looking at what their parent are doing and it’s when they don’t see anything benefiting them they look outside. I know so because I am a father of two amazing children. Hypocrisy and Bullsh*t are two things I can’t stand. Clean up your shit before trying to police other people’s own.

  36. wale

    October 2, 2016 at 10:10 pm

    Eldee do u fine what denrele is doing wrong? Do u find what u and ur co musician do wit girls in ur videos wrong? U also affect someone child when u refuse to tell denrele what he does is wrong, now you hav kids and you are worried…just shut up

    • Mawi

      October 3, 2016 at 12:28 am

      Don’t mind the cow. Abi isn’t it the same media they are using? Irresponsible people trying to raise responsible kids. I laugh

  37. Oghogho

    October 2, 2016 at 11:52 pm

    The guy is a father and has genuine concerns about the effect certain media personalities can have on his girls. I don’t see anything wrong in that. It’s called protective parenting. So what if he used to have video hoes he’s become a daddy now he is all grown up. I think it’s commendable the way he is speaking up for he’s daughters. It’s really petty the way people want to keep digging up his past as if we all don’t have one and are entitled to change our ways. I’m certainly not the same person I was 5 years ago. Having children have totally changed the way I think/feel about things. Y’all need to chill, abeg.

  38. Donald-Landon-24 (formerly known as Donald-Landon before someone purloined it)

    October 2, 2016 at 11:53 pm

    Eldee – I find it quite ironic that you are all of sudden worried about what children view on TV. Let me take you down memory lane. You are the same fellow who released the following: Bosi Gbangba, Champion, You Know it and Big Boy. Each of them having music videos with girls grinding and wearing thongs. I guess it didn’t occur to you that other people had daughters. So what’s with the double standards and hypocrisy. I am quite a liberal person and I believe everyone should be able to make choices and do what they deem fit with their sexuality.
    There are so many people having children that have no business having one. No one but you and your wife is responsible for raising your child. Someone is probably going to say ‘ it takes a village to raise a child’. And my response to that is you can determine the people that comprise of the village. Stop trying to delegate your responsibilities to the media or to school teachers. You can’t control what other people do with their sexuality. But you definitely can control what your daughter views. Kim Kardashian’s egg didn’t produce your daughter. Your sperm did. So stop casting blames on people who didn’t ask to be role models.

    Talking about role models. Why should your daughter be looking elsewhere for a role model? Shouldn’t you be the one setting examples so she can classify you as one. But I guess a song like Bosi Gbanga isn’t quite the nice example. Your daughter should be looking up to you and the folks you surround yourself with. It’s nobody’s fault but yours if you can’t name 10 successful black women. It says more about the kind of women you surround yourself with. If your daughter is asked who her role model is, if your name isn’t what is uttered first then you need to check yourself.

    By the way there is something called demand and supply. If there wasn’t a high demand for these folks they wouldn’t be there.

  39. Mawi

    October 3, 2016 at 12:25 am

    El Dee- you have a valid point, but u are a hypocrite. Now u refer to these women as hoes, sluts etc & degrade them in public, yet u & ur clique are the ones who patronise these type of women for ur ‘private excapades, videos etc. THESE WOMEN EXIST BECAUSE THERE IS A HIGH DEMAND 4 THEM BY YOUR LIKES. If u guys ignored them, they would strive to be something else. But no. How many ‘respectable women have u featured in ur songs or videos? By using them ‘hoes’ & sleeping with them, aren’t u also propagating this problem? Now that u have daughters, ur eye don dey clear. Even yet, if Amber or Kim winks at you small now now, u will lose ur bloody mind & salivate like a dog. These women know this. The media knows this. That’s why they will never take you seriously, & that’s why more & more girls will follow this path. Because you & ur cohorts celebrate these kind. Take several seats & enjoy the consequences of your recklessness.

    • Kina

      October 3, 2016 at 9:56 am

      @mawi we are all hypocrites you can’t exempt yourself from that fact because you are here judging eldee too. So let’s not even deviate from the important message he is saying because it’s the truth whether it’s from the lips of a hypocrite or not. Truth is truth. If eldee came out to say look at me I’m perfect then yeah those of us who believe we too are perfect can all attack his character. I think it’s important to be able to HEAR the truth and not miss the point by judging the package in which the message was presented.

  40. Soji

    October 3, 2016 at 1:02 am

    Good advice is good advice whether it’s from a saint or repentant sinner. You can take it or leave it. Great message bruh.

  41. Ms

    October 3, 2016 at 4:26 am

    I hope eldee’s daughters won’t be mad that he was openly thirsting on Twitter about Kim and amber’s bodies. Even wanted to come back to Nigeria to “press” Amber…. WHILE he was married to their mum. Ain’t nobody got time for misogynists or explaining policing with them anymore.
    *ps BN you censored all the anti eldee comments till much later when you thought the traffic would have gone down. I can see that old BAD habits die hard. Disgusting tbh, this is the free world isn’t it

    • Realist

      October 3, 2016 at 10:55 am

      @ms Social media is a bitch called karma isn’t aren’t we lucky that in our parents time they didn’t have all this instafame, face booking, social media nonsense to record their instances of poor judgment. As you can imagine el Dee’s little girls reading bout his exploits on social media just imagine for one instant you could read all about your parents exploits on a social forum. Would you forgive them for their moments of pure poor judgement or would you scream HYPOCRITE at them and throw all the advise they’ve given you back into their faces. A world in which people will be too afraid to give good advice and speak the truth because of the fear of being called hypocrite will be a hellish chaotic world indeed. I’ll take good advice don’t care whose dishing it out.

    • Anonymous

      October 3, 2016 at 12:30 pm

      The point is that his advice isn’t good. Which is why it’s annoying. There are successful black women, Amber rose’s slut walk is about women not being shamed and repressed, and he’s the last person to be giving advice because he’s part of this bad media he preaches. Nigerian women keep suffering because they defend the idiots that demean them. Somebody said he can’t think of 10 successful black women and you’re here clapping for him. Do you know that you fall into the category of black women that will be profiled as irresponsible? Both to men that are yet to meet you and people of other races. You think it won’t catch up to you?

    • Soji

      October 3, 2016 at 2:40 pm

      Thank you every rebel without a clue/ course these days wants to be labelled feminist.. If you got issues with one of the brothers get therapy and sort it out.

    • Realist

      October 3, 2016 at 1:36 pm

      Nope he’s got good advice alright. What is irritating is the fact you ain’t listening . You so hung up on the misinterpretation of feminist or what ever the hell petty nonsense you got against the guy you got your pink knickers in a twist so tight , that even when a man is on your side and speaking up for your right to be seen as a person not just a sexual being and that you are worth more than your pink knickers you cant accept it. Get a grip.. I’m sorry it might seem like I’m psychoanalysing you but you sound more angry female than feminist . The two are parallels they may look similar but they are so different and worlds apart they never meet. One is distructive pushing away at good advice the other more discerning . I’m sorry you clearly are missing the point and need telling. You don’t rep me babe. GirlBye.

    • T

      October 3, 2016 at 6:15 pm

      @realist ????????????????????

  42. [email protected]

    October 3, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    Bringing up a child is not easy in this present world. One thing is to bring up a child in the fear of the lord and also make sure that child is Street wise. Dont stifle them to the extent they get carried away by every vice out there.

  43. superflydoll

    October 3, 2016 at 2:12 pm

    Has Eldee used half naked girls in his videos before? Yes or No.
    Are those videos on the Internet? Yes or No

    If Yes… kindly seal it and keep it moving. You are the 1st role model your daughters will see.

  44. Tayo

    October 4, 2016 at 3:45 am

    Have u sinned even once if you have kindly zip it sit back and watch the world go to hell in a fast rocket. You maybe the first role model your child may have but whose to say your child’s behaviour will not be modelled after other prevailing forces. the media is working overtime sending these messages of what successful women should be. yep we got Oprah , chiamanda and all these great ladies, but who does popular media give extra air time.

  45. memebaby

    October 4, 2016 at 5:29 am

    i chose not to finish reading…! eyaa.. so media should train your daughters ? look mister.. the media or society does not owe a lot when it come to training your kids!
    it has been like that for a long time..(maybe not the media, but there are other ways a child could learn bad stuffs) so its up to you and your family.. be good role models and your kids will learn and deicide if they want to go right or left! as you cant do much when they get older..
    and you calling women hoes, what are you telling your kids ? grow up and stop ranting like a 15 year old who just got full access to the www and a laptop.

  46. Kike

    October 4, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    Please no pun intended, the word is whore not hoe, whore is for prostitute while how is for agricultural instrument.

  47. FanBo

    October 10, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    Wanna sound American, hmm? lol

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