Ayo Ajewole, the renowned Nigerian comedian and actor popularly recognized as Woli Agba, has expressed his strong disapproval towards his fellow entertainers for their lack of respect towards women in their comedic sketches.
The comedian raised his concerns about the escalating degree of disrespect directed at women’s bodies on various social media platforms.
He observed a troubling trend wherein a growing number of content creators are crossing the line in their portrayal of women.
Ayo Ajewole revealed his personal experience, sharing that he has been compelled on numerous occasions to quickly switch from viewing videos on Instagram to reading the Bible with his son.
This precautionary measure becomes necessary when they unexpectedly come across videos that exhibit such disrespect towards women.
Expressing his perplexity, he questioned the sudden surge of audacity that prompts individuals to engage in actions like placing hands on women’s buttocks all under the guise of creating content.
Ayo Ajewole’s candid remarks emphasize his concern for the deteriorating standards of respect and decency in online entertainment, particularly when it comes to women.
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His stance underscores the importance of responsible content creation that upholds the dignity of all individuals, regardless of gender.