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“Tell your vibrator what you need for Christmas” Comedian Sabinus to Nigerian women

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The vibrant world of Nigerian entertainment has recently been captivated by a contentious debate, with comedian Sabinus taking a bold stance against certain views on sexual preferences. This debate centers around the comparison between vibrators and real men in satisfying sexual needs, a topic that has garnered intense discussion and varying opinions.

Sabinus, known for his sharp wit and humorous insights, took to Twitter to address the matter. He specifically targeted those ladies who expressed a preference for vibrators over real men. With the arrival of December, a time traditionally associated with increased spending and financial requests from women to men, Sabinus humorously suggested that these women should now turn to their highly esteemed vibrators for financial assistance. His comments come as a sarcastic response to the growing discourse around the use of vibrators.

This debate gained momentum following remarks by Doyin Davids on a recent podcast. Davids boldly claimed that many women prefer vibrators, asserting that these devices are adept at fulfilling a woman’s needs and reaching areas men typically do not. Her statements have fueled discussions about sexual satisfaction and the role of sexual aids in modern relationships.

Adding to the conversation, Tuoyo, an ex-housemate of Big Brother Niger, voiced his perspective. He firmly believed that a vibrator can never replace the unique attributes and capabilities of a real man. According to Tuoyo, most women are aware of this reality but are reluctant to acknowledge it. He argued that there are specific aspects of a sexual relationship that only a man can fulfill, aspects that a vibrator cannot replicate.

Doyin David’s has also been in the spotlight for other reasons. She recently made headlines with her sharp criticism of Nigerians, labeling them as “bullyable” and lacking sense. This statement came in the wake of reactions to her behavior on the BBN show, where she felt misunderstood and undervalued as a reality TV show talent.

The ongoing debate, sparked by these various opinions, has ignited a firestorm of reactions from the public and entertainment industry alike. While some align with Sabinus and Tuoyo, emphasizing the irreplaceable role of men in sexual relationships, others support Davies’ view, highlighting the efficiency and satisfaction derived from vibrators.

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