Nigeria female journalist has warned Nigerians to stop addressing her as mummy. She claimed her sons don't like it.
She passed across the message through her Twitter page. She wrote " DON'T ADDRESS ME AS MUMMY!! I WILL REMOVE U? Today I removed 33 ppl who called me that. Stop disrespecting my children. They are Americans and HATE IT! Not their Culture. My name is #drkemiolunloyo
I hope I made myself clear.
The female journalist claimed that Nigerians calling her mummy is a disgrace to her children. She went further and claimed that her children are American citizens and they hate it.
After passing accross Nigerians have also replied and many Nigerians did so by replying her sarcastically while many other make their opinion known by criticizing her.
What do you think about the matter. Do you think is right to call another person's mother "MUMMY" or kemi olunloyo is taking it too far.
Drop your view in the comments section
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