For the past few days, the Nigerian social media sphere has been on fire.
This follows the discovery of an alleged rape (s#x) footage of a 10-year-old Chrisland pupil and her 13-year-old classmate on the internet.
Trouble began when the girl’s parents, via music executive turned blogger Ubi Fanklin, resorted to social media to express their displeasure.
They claimed that their 10-year-old daughter had been assaulted and videotaped by her classmates.
Nigerians, on the other hand, flocked to social media to criticize the girl’s parents when they allegedly watched the clip.
Some regarded the young lady as a “professional” with far too much expertise for her age.
Tonto Dikeh, the actress, also encouraged her “parents and the police to do a thorough investigation since the youngster may have had a groomer because it looks it wasn’t her first or fifth time.”
Actor Samuel Jemitalo, on the other hand, resorted to social media to criticize his coworkers, Tiwa Savage and Oxlade.
They should both be held responsible for the students’ heinous deeds, he claims.
Actor Samuel Jemitalo wrote;
“Tiwa Savage and Oxlade should be blamed for the Chrisland school sex tapes. These children use smartphones and they are on Instagram, they see everything we see too.”
This is one of the negative effects of social media on children.