It is gradually become a norm that young ladies will have to warm the beds of their employers before being offered a job. Any lady who is not willing to go through this process is considered unserious and not ready to take the job.
Talented Yoruba actress Ronke Oshodi-Oke has taken to her Instagram handle to advice young ladies who are going through this same challenge. She advised them never to let men take advantage of them rather, they should hustle well enough to earn a living.
She did not end it there but further disclosed that when coming into this world, no one told the girl child that all the ungodly sacrifices she would go through with no pay and all the tortures involved.
Her post reads: “We were all born with different dreams!! We all had plans!! We all pictured our lives in perfection!! We were ready to take over the world!! But no one told us the sacrifices we had to pay!! No one told us of the exchange involved!! No one told is that being a girl child came with its own torture and ungodly sacrifices!! No one told us that most times we had to give more than just our brains to get that dream job!! Back then it was all by merit but right now the story is twisted!! It is now a thing of knowing someone at the top or using what you have to get what you want!! The society is sick!! Most girls are now scared to even be friends with their bosses, so as to avoid the unknown!! S*x is now the new application letter!! Even guys are not left out!! Female/male bosses use most of these guys as a tool of satisfaction all in the name giving them their dream job!! To everyone out there going through this sickening situation the country has put us all in, please my darling take a step backwards and ask yourself for how long? To what end? Restructure your life! Rediscover yourself! Pursue your dreams!! Be a noisemaker if you have to. Dare to become more and hustle legitimately!! Iyanu ma shele!! Don't sell your body for money or any JOB!”
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NAIJ.com earlier reported that on Tuesday, September 25, Nollywood actor Zubby Michael took to his Instagram handle to share pictures of his newly completed mansion. Michael began his career in the movie industry in 2006.
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