Woli Agba strongly criticizes content creators who sexualize women’s bodies in their comedy sketches.
Nigerian comedian and actor, Woli Agba, has expressed his discontent with content creators who incorporate sexualized themes involving women’s bodies into their comedy skits.
In a post on his Instagram page, Woli Agba, who is also a content creator himself, voiced his concern about the increasing lack of respect for women’s private parts depicted in comedic content. He also questioned the growing boldness in portraying actions like touching women’s backsides.
Expanding on his viewpoint, he argued that there are numerous alternative ways for his fellow colleagues to convey their messages without resorting to depicting sensitive areas of a woman’s body.
Woli Agba further underscored his stance by sharing a series of comedy skits featuring a man grabbing a woman’s buttocks and sternly criticizing such actions.
“I just had to pick this out of the ones I have been seeing lately. We are people of Culture and Tradition. Why the sudden boldness to put full hands on women’s bom/butt all in the name of content creation?
There are several ways to pass the same message without needing to touch the sensitive areas. Which message are u passing when you have increased viewers’ desire for the immoral? The message is for who? Or you are just out to enjoy yourselves before the camera?
Is this funny? How can u even call this comedy?
If you want to be known, please be known for something worth everyone’s applaud.