Popular Nigerian nudist, Maheeda, is one that has always got tongues wagging anytime she posts her Raunc#y pictures online. The singer made a revelation in a chat that he wonders why men do D!sgust!ng things with her photos.
She mentioned that it was D!sgust!ng to know that some men m@sturb@te to her pictures, videos and that some even send videos of the act to her.
“I would not lie, I am aware that some men m@sturb@te to my pictures online; but personally, it disgusts me. I would be very honest that it disgusts me because they send me some videos of them doing it and telling me that it is what I caused. To be honest, I caused it so there is nothing I can do about it.
“I like the fact that my brand is built on $ex. I love it and it feels like a dream to me because in Nigeria, $ex is still seen as a taboo. I feel that we need to be more open and educate our children about it. I may not be going about it the right way because nobody is perfect; but hopefully, I would perfect my act,”
Maheeda talked about her wild S3xual exploits, and she opened up that the weirdest places she has had intimacy were in a public restroom and on the beach somewhere outside Nigeria.
“The craziest S3xual thing I have done is to have $ex in the restroom and on the beach. There was a time I did it in the restroom and the other ladies were waiting in line to use the restroom. The time I did it at the beach, it was very crazy because people were passing by. I don’t know which was crazier between the two but I think both were crazy,”
Maheeda admitted that if she had married a Nigerian man, she would not have been ‘sexually outspoken’. The singer further revealed that she had always dreamed of marrying a white man ever since she was a little girl.
“I know that if I had married a Nigerian, I would not have had this much freedom to talk about $ex; it would have been impossible. I actually married a white guy because it has always been my childhood dream. I never had dolls as a kid, but I noticed that most of my peers that had dolls had white men as fathers.
“I felt that we did not have the good things of life because my guardian was not married to a white man. Since that tender age, I had always nursed the dream of marrying a white man. It was my childhood dream and I made sure it became a reality,”