Let's talk about The F-WORD

Hello beautiful people. If you are a Nigerian, I wish you a Happy Independence Day in arrears. My prayer is that Nigeria will be the great nation it really deserves to be.

It's been a long time that I've been excited the way I am now. Last week, something good happened to me, and it set me aflame. It got people talking on Social Media, Instagram especially. I released my first Spoken Word Video titled The F-WORD.

There is an ongoing, albeit unnecessary battle between sexes in this age. The F - WORD has become a vulgar word that is forbidden to be uttered in many places, but unless we face, head-on, these battles that are threatening to tear us all apart, we'll all be headed downhill, and no side will come out as the winner.

Men, Women, Wives, Daughters, Sons, watch this thought-provoking video. Let's put an end to our mistakes arising from ignorance. Let's dissect the root problem of the F - WORD, why it is so vulgar, and see if we can possibly find a balance.

Because I don't want to let the cat out of the bag, I won't be able to discuss it before you watch it. But one thing I know is you will be surprise and glad at the same time. Please, watch it below, and lemme know what you think about the subject discussed. Maybe one day, we'll talk about it.

1 comment

  1. Beautifully articulated. Your expression has encapsulated this controversy very well and realigned the main point of the F-Word. Well done Atilola!


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