She shared a video of the men hiding their faces when they realized they were being filmed.
Read her posts below.
“I woke up this morning still upset about what took place last night. We used to raise men, but now-a-days there seems to be more “animals” roaming the streets. I want to say that I was shocked by the actions of those two “animals,” or by the bystanders, or by the staff and security of @theplacelekki who said and did nothing; but I wasn’t. I wasn’t even shocked by the females who were there laughing and telling me that “what is small pressing yansh?” We as Nigerians have become so numb to the injustice and harassment that befalls woman everyday in this country. Even when it is directly in our face we laugh it off or shift blame. Thanks to the few good men like @djspinall and @luskimayana that we still have left. Nigerians have to do better. I don’t know these “animals” at all, but they thought it was their “right” to grab my ass. It was not, but it is my right to speak up. As it is every woman’s right. Don’t let their ignorance silence you. #KOlaKronicles #Kueening #JourneyToHappy”
K’Ola is an MTV VJ, She is young, beautiful, Nigerian/American and 24, originally known as Kudiratu Olayinka Oladiran. K’Ola is actually a short form of her full names.
She describes herself as Crazy, Cool, Chic. She also loves languages and is currently learning to speak Haitian Creole. She’s an avid traveler and writer, she writes movies and screenplays in her spare time.
K’Ola has two degrees in Clinical Psychology and Mass Communication from Towson University in Baltimore. She worked for ESPN and Fox Business Network in the United States.
She currently hosts Official Naija Top 10 and Newish shows on MTV base.