- Nigerian music producer Don Jazzy has reacted to the trending documentary
- The Mavin boss noted that he had an understanding that some female students also offer intercourse to their lecturers in exchange for good grades
- Social media users have heavily berated the entertainer and accused him of victim blaming
Social media is currently buzzing with a lot of reactions following the explosive #SexForGrades documentary by BBC Africa, that exposed lecturers in the (UNILAG) and the University of Ghana, for demanding for intercourse from their female students, in exchange for good academic grades.
Among those that joined the conversation in the online community is popular Nigerian music producer and Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy.
In a post shared on micro messaging platform, Twitter, the music boss explained that that he has an understanding that there are female students who willfully offer their body to lecturers.
He, however, noted that the documentary will serve as a deterrent, because if female students know that their lecturers will not tolerate such transaction, they would not offer it at all.
See his post below:
In an unexpected twist of event, many users on the platform berated the top business mogul and accused him of ‘victim-blaming’ with his post.
Read tweets below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered that Cameroonian singer Dencia , in a Twitter post in which he suggested that her curvy backside played a role in her emerging the season’s winner.
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