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‘I Pity The Next Generation Children’ -Fast-rising Nigerian Rapper, BlaqBonez Raises Serious Concern 

‘I Pity The Next Generation Children’ -Fast-rising Nigerian Rapper, BlaqBonez Raises Serious Concern 

Fast-rising Nigerian rapper, Emeka Akumefule known professionally as Blaqbonez, has expressed concern over the uncertainty of good parenting in future.

Taking to Twitter to raise his concern, the “sex over love” crooner said he pities the next generation children because they will lack prayerful parents.

The artiste noted that the world is fast losing prayerful mothers and fathers. He went on to state that the next generation of mothers are “most likely fun mums, woke mums, smokers, but not prayer warriors.”

According to him, “this generation isn’t religious”, and with the way its going, “if you need prayers you might need to do it yourself.”

Also expressing fears over the uncertainty of good fathers in future, the self-proclaimed best rapper stated that current dads have already lost their way as they are always in the club smoking shisha and looking for small girls to cheat with.

The young rapper who said he’s glad he has a parent who prays for him then asked, “Who would pray for my kids!”

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Below is his tweet:

“This generation isn’t religious, with the way its going if you need prayers you might need to do it yourself, just glad to have someone that has my back spiritually.

Last of a dying breed. Next generation mums are most likely fun mums, woke mums, but not prayer warriors mums.

Current dads have already lost their way, they in the club smoking shisha looking for small girls to cheat with.

But I forecast that the next generation mums too would join the dads, and then we would all not be religious together. wahala for the next generation kids ??

My mumsi dey steady pray for me, I just pity next generation children, na club all their mumsi go dey, dey smoke shisha, who go pray for who?

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The past generation made prayer like a gender role, made us expect mothers to be mad religious but going forward if you need prayers you’d have to do it yourself.

I wonder who would pray for my kids sha, cos me I barely pray and I’d probably not have a religious baby mama ?.”

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See screenshot of his tweet below,

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