Nigerian R’n’B singer, Chike has disclosed that he usually feels violated whenever a lady asks to see him.
The ‘boo of the booless’made this known in a recent post on his Instagram story. In his words: “When a lady says when am I seeing you, I feel a bit violated.”He said that this particular question gets him uneasy and makes it feel like he is being touched.
Not stopping there, Chike added that the question made him realise how ladies feel when men ask them, “when are you coming to my house”?
He wrote, “When a lady says when am I seeing you, I feel a bit violated. Now i know how you ladies feel when the guys keep saying when are you coming to my house ? e de be like hand dey touch me”.
Netizens had interesting things to say about the singer’s opinion. Some said he’s a fine boy and so it is expected. Others said if he was attracted to the females in question, he’d feel glad instead of violated. See some reactions below;
“Nnam I thought you were the boo of the Booless” @grillsnchops commented.
Theugglygram: “Na only fine boys fit talk this. The rest of us make we just laugh.”
Jojo.oses: “Na bcos you no like the girl.”
Ms.nrsg: “You’d be excited not feeling violated if u did like her.”
Chike celebrated enduring love and diverse cultures with a wedding extravaganza on one of his hit singles, “Roju”. The music video comes after the global success of Chiké’s last single “Running (To You)” with Simi, which is currently the most viewed Nigerian music video of 2021 with over 13 million views on YouTube, and top the music charts in Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Fiji, Uganda to name a few.
The song also dominated the U.K Official Chart, Shazam Global Chart, and the Billboard World Digital Songs Chart. The visual spectacle for “Roju” is directed by Pink for Pinkline Films.