Actor ‘Aki’ defends lady who posed naked with her child

Nollywood actor Chinedu Ikedieze popularly known as ‘Aki’ on Monday came to the defense of a mother who had posted on Instagram, a nude picture of herself and her little baby boy.
As expected, the lady received some thrashing form followers who felt her action was inappropriate, but the thespian held a contrary view.
The IG page owner, simply identified as @bigger_son shared the image with the following comments:
Look at what a mother posted on her page.. why are women not shy about their private parts anymore? What kind of civilization is this bikonu? Is better u girls go to work naked or walk on the streets naked without clothes instead of doing that only in the  studio… a times the way ladies cover their legs in my church during service u will never believe they will still go nude online for the world to see their private parts and they will never see guys go naked.. No wonder my pastor said that women are wired differently from men… I now agree…
However, in Aki’s view that wasn’t necessary as she looked beautiful regardless.
Here is his view:
“But ds pix is lovely Onyem. Her nakedness is carefully hidden. Me I see beauty sha.”
Nevertheless, @bigger_son still was not convinced, so he replied the actor’s comment saying:
“@chineduikedieze my brother even though her vagina was carefully hidden, are we suppose to see a woman’s body like this without clothes? Her body is meant for her husband alone and bible said that a woman’s body is the temple of God… we are not supposed to see her body wether she hid her nipples and camel tow.. bro.. ok are u not seeing her bum bum now 😁”
Another person wrote;
But i ask,why do women do this?whats sexy abt dis and who started this madness?Our nakedness as a woman is our pride and strength.I am so pained bec this has really affected our value as women.No wonder sex is everywhere and love is scarce,people date for a week and breakup bec there are options everywhre..I am nt a saint bt i pray we get ourselves bck as women



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