The DJ said it was only mandatory for her to join the protest in other for us to have a vatter world.
While sharing photos of herself from the protest, she also used the opportunity to condemn sexual violence against young women in Nigeria — which the country in actual fact is seriously fighting against at the moment.
”I honestly thought of SO many reasons to NOT protest, but the truth is I wouldn’t be able to live with myself if I didn’t go and support! ?????? Isaiah 1:17 ….Straight after my radio show today, I joined my brothers and sisters who are protesting against racial injustice faced by black people globally. I’m also taking this moment to stand against gender-based violence and sexual assault taking place in Nigeria. Together we MUST do better ? Cc: @CuppyFoundation #BlackLivesMatter #SayNoToRape”