Nigerian rapper, Oladotun Alade, popularly known as Dotman, is nursing an ambition of starting a campaign against men who are facing abuse in society.
The singer made this known on her Twitter page on Saturday:Information Guide Nigeria
In his words, “Abuse against men is really something, even though it’s rarely highlighted. Like even from society’s POV[Point of View], men are not even allowed the space to process the pain and stress.
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“You go dey hear ‘be a man’. As much as this phrase may sound uplifting and encouraging, it is destructive.”
“As a man and artist who has seen these things from verbal abuse to other types, I just feel like I should use my music to highlight it sometimes. E no easy but I’ll start that convo with my next EP,
“The first track is ‘Star Life’ and I use it to speak for men that have been told to ‘be a man’. I’ll try to shatter some biases that never really favored men. Strength to all the men going through it,” he wrote.JAMB Result
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