Entertainment personality and winner of the 2011 Big Brother Africa reality show, Karen Igho, has stirred up a debate on the Internet concerning what can be described as her sex diary. She says she has not had sex in the last two years.
She took to Twitter to lament the development as she explains to her over 87, 000 followers on the social network that she is not a “bad girl.’’
She adds that she is still waiting for the right guy and that she is currently battling to abstain from sex.
Karen also took time out to reach out to Lola Omotayo, mother of the two children of Peter Okoye of the P Square duo, after the artiste proposed marriage to Omotayo with a brand new Range Rover.
She tweets, “Single like for ever; haven’t had any too for almost two years now. I’m waiting for the right guy. No be only konji they catch we plenty, na to hold body. Sex is not everything. Some people still think I am a bad girl; far from it.’’
As expected, her fans reached out to her as soon as the messages were posted on the micro-blogging service. While many disagreed with her claims, others who appeared to have believed her story warned her against dilly dallying as time may be running out on her.
Yet, some other users of the social network bombarded her with proposals, with many asking her to give them her phone number with a view to asking her out.
When the male fans claiming to be eligible bachelors did not get a response from Karen, some of them posted their phone numbers as well as their BlackBerry PINS on the social network and urged her to reach out to them.
A male fan, Akpobasa Freedom, in a tweet, asks, “Karen Igho, can I have your phone number, please?’’
Also, one Praise sent a tweet to her, saying, “Karen Igho, I want to date you for real. I have always loved you since day one. This is not because of your fame but I just love you. Please, contact me on 22945***. Add me, please.’’
A female fan of hers, Esin Martina, tweets, “I just read your tweet saying you are waiting for the right man. But you dey try o.’’
An anonymous reader on lindaikeji also says, “If you are waiting for the right guy, you may wait in vain. But if you stoop a bit low and try to give other guys a chance, you will be the better for it. There is no perfect guy/girl because marriage is about two people with different ideologies and past experiences coming together to practise love.’’
Meanwhile, controversial Nollywood actress, Cossy Orjiakor, also practically stirred a storm on social media on Wednesday when she declared that her boobs brought her shame when she was aged 13.
She says, “They just popped out at 13. By 15 they were so massive. Hard and painful. Was so shy about them. I almost had hunch back trying to hide them. It is well now! Whatever brings you shame will turn around and be your game. It all depends on your mindset. Be happy; be positive in your thoughts. Love.”
She posted the message just after uploading a picture showing her popular, if not notorious boobs almost unclad.
“So fresh; so young. I bet I don’t even look 29,” she says.
Nigerians who have seen the picture have, however, lambasted her for what they describe as an untoward behaviour.
An anonymous reader of lindaikeji says, “Keep whatever you have to yourself and don’t corrupt the youths with your naked boobs or it will just attract some serious explosion on you.”