Damilola Adegbite says women should crop out their faces before sending unclad photos

Damilola Adegbite says women should crop out their faces before sending unclad photos

- Nollywood actress Damilola Adegbite has shared a piece of important advice with her female fans and followers

- Damilola warned women against sending unclothed photos to a man

- The actress said that for women who still want to send their unclad photos, she urged them to crop their face out

Many women have fallen victims of blackmailers who take to various social media platforms to release unclad photos of their victims. In cases like these, the women are often lashed by people who demand to know why they sent such photos in the first instance.

Taking to her official Instagram account, Nollywood actress Damilola Adegbite has shared a piece of important information with her female fans over this issue.

According to her, a woman must deeply think about the consequences of sending her unclad photos to a guy before she forwards it to him.

"Your crush may have a “confidant” who has a “confidant” who has a girlfriend he doesn’t hide anything from, who has a sister..... I’m sure you get my drift. Before you go ahead, be ABSOLUTELY sure you know who you are dealing with," she said.

The mother of one noted that the man in question may have no ulterior motives, however, the phone can get lost or even get into the hands of the wrong person.

Damilola, however, stated that if, as a grown woman, one wants to send the photo, she advises such person on what to do.

"If you have considered all that could go wrong and still decide to send him that picture or video to spice things up, be safe. Crop your face out," she said.

In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that OAP Toolz warned women twerking on IG, said they may lose future opportunities.

The mother of one advised the women twerking unclad on Instagram live videos to be very careful. According to her, they do not know who would be recording the video. She also noted that the person may go on to hold on to the video and use it against them in the future.

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