Genevieve Nnaji blasted over her comment on Uwa and Tina murders

Some fans of delectable actress Genevieve Nnaji have come for her over comment, bothering on men, on the recent murder of Tina Ezekwe and Uwa Omozuwa.

Genevieve Nnaji blasted over her comment on Uwa and Tina murders


While reacting emotionally to the unfortunate incident which has sparked outrage amongst a lot of people in Nigeria, Genevieve wrote:

“They either abuse their power or have the power to abuse. In or out of uniform, we live in constant fear of men. Tina Ezekwe. Vera Omozuwa. Rest In Peace my darlings. We will get justice.RoseBroken heart.”

However, fans think her lumping all men into one single box because of the carelessness of few individuals is rather unfortunate. See some of the reactions below:

“Constant fear of men❌❌ please ma, don’t generalize.. Some human decide to be evil and God in his Infinite power will expose and punish every evil doer…#JusticeForTina #JusticeForUwa”

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“I strongly take exception to this generalization. If you were raped, remember is not all men that raped you. I least expected this from you. Stop encouraging hate on men..”

“why r the men under this thread deliberately obtuse and daft?? we are afraid of men! all men!we are in constant danger. we don’t see a man behind us and think “some men” or “maybe he’s not part of the evil men” bc times without number men have proved how much of a danger they’re!”

“@GenevieveNnaji1 isn’t saying all men are evil…See it like this,we see a snake and we’re scared right…But not all snake are wild and venomous,some snakes do not bite while some do…some are venomous while some aren’t but in general we all live in constant fear of snakes.”

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