Sex for roles should be a punishable offence, says Macaroni | The Guardian Nigeria News

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Popular Nigerian sketch maker and comedian, Debo Adedayo, known as Mr Macaroni, said on Saturday that allegations of sex for roles should be investigated and appropriate punishment meted out. to the culprits.

In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, Macaroni said such allegations should not be swept under the rug.

NAN reports that Macaroni is best known for his humorous videos on Instagram, where he plays the role of a “sugar daddy”. He is known for the phrases “Ooin” and “You are fine”.

He said: “Absolutely disgusting, absolutely abominable act, I have always spoken out against it, even before reaching this position as a public figure.

“I kicked against it, I have series of tweets against it, I have a lot of content to speak against, it’s very disrespectful and very demeaning, it smacks of how much we’ve lost touch with humanity.

“People should get roles and jobs based on competence, that they’re able to deliver. How many people are you going to sleep with?

He added that there should be consequences for such actions rather than turning a blind eye.

“There should be consequences for misbehavior to do better. Otherwise, if they are found guilty, I want to believe that there is an appropriate sanction to deal with this problem.

“And that crosses, it’s not just sex, someone will ask you to go and bring money for a job, if they have money, will they look for a job, we shouldn’t ruin other people’s lives too,” Macaroni said.

On the advice of talents going through such hardships, he advised them to stay true to themselves and stay consistent.

“For such a promising artist, take a look at Mr Macaroni, I will advise you to look at my life and my journey, success does not come just once.

“I started playing as early as 2012 or even 2010, but by the grace of God people started knowing me in 2019, don’t be in a rush.

“Time and chance happen to every man, keep going, success won’t come to you on a golden platter, you have to work for it.

“Don’t believe you have to sell your body or do anything inappropriate to reach that height, work hard and keep believing that by God’s grace you will reach your desired height,” he said. declared.

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