Cool FM’s Daddy Freeze Supports Amber Rose’s Slutwalk, Here’s why

A short while ago Eldee the Don took to Twitter to voice his concern on how the media is negatively influencing kids. He twitted his opinion just as Amber Rose geared up for her Slutwalk. And his opinions divided the internet.

Well, Daddy Freeze sees the situation different. Freeze says people are “standing against the Slutwalk, without schooling themselves on its meaning”.

Here’s how he put it:

Further proof that many Nigerians don't read! They are standing against the Slutwalk, without schooling themselves on its meaning, or understanding what it stands for. We are so judgmental and self righteous, yet so hypocritical. ——————- By definition, SlutWalk 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. ———————- Now, this movement is to create awareness about rape. The way a child dresses doesn't make a Paedophile, neither does the way a woman dress make a rapist. If you do not support the Slutwalk then you are supporting Rapists and Paedophiles. I'm behind Amber ? on this because I know a lady who was raped by a neigbor at 8, she was never the same again. The after effects messed up all her relationships and even her marriage and screwed up her mind. She became suspicious of men, was constantly searching for a father figure in every relationship, it destroyed her sex life etc. No woman should ever be raped, no child should ever be molested, let's all support #SlutWalk #SayNoToRape #NigeriansPleaseReadItDoesntKill #KnowledgeDoesntKill

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