Controversial social media personality, Kemi Olunloyo, has come out to slam Nigerian alleged retired rapper, Eldee, for purportedly promoting rape.
This is after the rapper lashed out at international celebrity socialite, Amber Rose, on her annual ‘Slut Walk’ event. The ‘Slut Walk’ is a transnational movement of protest marches calling for an end to rape culture. Specifically, participants protest against explaining or excusing rape by referring to any aspect of a woman’s appearance.
El Dee took to his Twitter handle few days ago to blast Amber Rose, saying:
“I’m upset because there is a deliberate effort by the media to poison the minds of our daughters. Amber Rose is a hoe.
“This is not a media event. It’s an awareness event. For someone that lives in the USA, ignorance does not excuse stupidity in researching something that originated in Canada and gone global.”
Responding to his comment, the controversial social media personality described Eldee as an illiterate who has not researched ‘Slut Walk’.
In a press release signed by her publicist David Perez, she said;
“Research! U are on the Internet. Stop promoting RAPE in #Nigeria. This #moron Nigerian rapper is bashing Amber Rose on #slutwalk. He needs to be skooled! Research things before posting. #SlutWalk started in #Canada when I was there.
It is a protest against raping women due to what they wore. Sexy mini clothes don’t warrant rape. U are a freaking nonentity who claims to be protecting his daughters and yet called Amber Rose a “hoe” dumbass fool.
There are males waiting to call your daughters hoes later in life. It’s dumbasses like U who haven’t let the gender equality pass.
Your post was full of crap. Who cares if your daughters don’t follow Amber? Serena, Simone, Lupita as you mentioned all condemn rape!
No positive role model endorses rape. Know the meaning of slut walk. You need to apologize to all Nigerian women. I am a feminist and won’t stand for rappers who need attention by calling women hoes and not even researching #slutwalk then he goes on and blames the media.
Rape is not a word you just use recklessly she stated. In Nigeria, some fathers do rape their underage children, women are raped and even elderly women have been raped,” the statement added.