“Fathers should stop kissing their baby girls on the lips”- Ka3na
Big Brother Naija, Reality TV star, Ka3na Jones, has advised fathers to stop kissing their daughters on the lips.
Ka3na Jones said that kissing their baby girls on the forehead or the cheeks is more appropriate.
In a tweet, the reality TV star revealed that she was just thinking out loud and she thinks the appreciate way for a father to show love and affection towards his daughter is by kissing her on the forehead or on the cheek and not the lips as most fathers have been doing.Information Guide Nigeria
”Fathers should stop kissing their baby girls on the lips forehead or chick is more appropriate…Thinking Aloud Seriously #goodmorning”
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However, some netizens reacting to her post said mothers should also stop kissing their sons or baby boys on the lips since some mothers do that and kiss them on the cheek and forehead.
GIST LOVER reports that some others were just making fun of the reality star for making a mistake by writing ‘chick’ instead of ‘cheek’.Jamb Result
According to GIST LOVER, Ka3na claimed that no one can force the English language on her.
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