Nigerian women are not as decent as they claim.

Nigerian women are not as decent as they claim.

Tongues are wagging across Africa over the claim that Nigerian women are very decent.

“Indecent” activities of some of the women in the Big Brother Naija (BBN) house have brought the acclaimed decency of the Naija women under spotlight.

Tboss and Miyonce allegedly got dirty under the sheet not too long ago in the BBN house. Some fans yell for more. Others say it’s too early for typical Naija women get dirty: just like that.

Cocoice smokes often breaking the taboo that Naija women are reserved and that a very few of them smoke “shamelessly”.

A Nigerian female  journalist in Johannesburg maintains that Naija women are reserve and BBN is not an objective representation of Nigerian women.

Most of the Naija men living South Africa say times have changed. They majorly say anyone who thinks Naija women are specially decent is living in the past.

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