Dayo ‘D1’ Adeneye, the co-founder of Kennis Music, didn’t stutter when throwing jabs at Nigerian women who rates physical appearance over intelligence.
In a recent interview with the Honest Bunch Podcast, D1 pointed out that many Nigerian women often put their “assets” on full display in the virtual realm, scouting for male attention.
He deciphered the notion of relying solely on physical attractiveness in relationships, and questioned the sustainability of those connections after sex.
D1 passionately promotes women to bring more to the relationship table than just their bodies, stressing the importance of showcasing their intelligence and skills.
“Our women do not say I have brains, I can do this, I can do accounting, I can help you take your business to the next level. They think this is the table, I have breasts, I have nyansh,” he said.
“Go through your Instagram page before you see 10 pictures, you will see somebody doing like this, that is what they put forward, their bodies. They think this is the best part of them.
“Once I show nyansh like this, I go get followers. Some guys go enter my DM. That should not be the only thing that you bring to the table because after the man don knack you, what next?
“If there is nothing up here, can you help me with my company? Can you market? Can you do accounting? Can you get me new clients? Am I going to knack you for 24 hours?
“After that, you go come begin go now. Because I have business. If I do not make money, would I be able to call you next time and say make we knack again?”
Music executive, Dayo 'D1' Adeneye, has criticised women who offer nothing but sex, urging them to bring more to the table.
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