Dog Sleeping With Human Video: How Some Nigerian Celebrities Reacted

Over the weekend, there were videos and reports of ladies having intercourse with dogs in Lagos State, Lekki to be precise which stirred reactions from Nigerians, and some celebrities were not left out in voicing their disappointments.

LAGOS HERALD gathered the reported ladies having a carnal relationship with dogs were given millions of Naira to do it.

The aim behind this ungodly act has not been disclosed as some believe the ladies in question are doing it for the love of money.

The act received massive condemnation from the public, and some celebrities took to their social media pages to condemn the act while sensitizing the public on the implications of such a relationship.

Amongst the celebrities who reacted is popular media personality, Daddy Freeze who took to his Instagram in a twenty-two-minute video to speak about the increasing rate of women owning pet dogs in the country.

He, also condemned the new trend of human and dog relationships, while querying how the Nigerian society got to this level of moral decadence.

He went on to list some of the health implications of such activities and how much it can affect the Nigerian state.

Nollywood actress, Grace Ifemeludike via her Instagram reacted to the new trend of human and dog relationships and the alarming desperation of women and men in the bid to make money.

She also talked about the audaciousness of the people who indulge in the immoral acts and how much it’s affecting the society we all have created.

She, like the media personality, inquired where the Nigerian society is headed, with such vices taking precedence.

For Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing, the trend of dogs and human relations was a thing to joke and shade about.

The actress shared a meme about a missing dog, calling on women to bring back her dog.

Former Big Brother Housemate cum celebrity chef, Uriel Oputa also reacted to the new trend of bestiality.

The reality star, condemned such a lifestyle, whilst expressing worry over the desperation of the present generation to make fast money. She also spoke about the spiritual implications of such a devilish act, urging the public to do better.

LAGOS HERALD understands that the Nigerian Criminal Code Act and the Penal Code Act criminalise sleeping with an animal and that the act attracts up to 14 years imprisonment.

The Lagos Herald

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