You’re encouraging prostitution if you allow your daughter into music or film industry – Evangelist Edet

A Nigerian evangelist, Victor Edet, warned parents to stop allowing their daughters go into the music or film industry as it encourages prostitution.

Evangelist Victor Edet took to his social media page to share this warning, claiming that 85% of the girls who join the music and film industry are into prostitution unlike the men who for whom there was no demand.

You’re encouraging prostitution if you allow your daughter into music or film industry - Evangelist Edet


He wondered why a female actress would be able to build estates after featuring in about 10 movies while her male counterpart could barely afford a bicycle after 50 movies, if she wasn’t into prostitution.

He wrote:

PARENT, do not allow your children to go into the Music or Movie industry. If you encourage your daughters to go into the Movie or Music industry, it’s means you are encouraging them to go into prostitution. Come to think of this, an actor will act 50 movies, yet he can’t afford to buy a bicycle, but an actress will act just ten movies and she’s already building Estate’s. 85 percent of those girls are into prostitution.

He also shared o his page,

“It’s so scarring the way some Married women and yung girls wear Bikini and run round the sea without shame, some will even go to the extent of posting pictures of themselves with Bikini on social media. My sister, if you’re not ashamed of yourself, am ashamed on your behalf. Listen, the Demon’s in hell has no friend, they are worst than Fulani Herdsmen, Boko Haram, Al-Qaeda and ISIS terrorist group. “

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