Nice gesture, except for one thing…the inscription on the t-shirts. This is what was written on the shirt:
“Feb’14…I Love F*cking You, Ayomide mi.”
And I’m guessing the same caption was written on her boyfriend shirt, but with her name on it.
After the photos went viral, Nigerians naturally condemned the captions on their t-shirts. Some called the woman a whore, other called the guy, Ayomide a poor vulcanizer. One commenter addressed the woman saying:
“You have to be very shameless to wear this! Meanwhile, Ayomide loves f#*king her, Shade, Suzie, Ngozi, Fatima, Cossy and even roadside whores! Kai! Women are stupid!”
Ayomide felt the need to release a statement to clear the air after Nigerians rained curses on them. (And I thought only politicians released statements). Read his statement, then I shall analyse this buffoonery…
Great people of Nigeria, I presume I need no further introduction when I say I am the Ayomide you all have been engrossed with knowing over the past couple of days. This is the statement you all have been waiting for…
On the 14th of February, my fiancee and I decided to go out as we usually do, albeit with the touch of something unique. A couple of days earlier we had sent out shirts to be branded with the words “I f*cking Love You” and our names written on it…and it came back on Valentine morning with a slight error which I believe you all have seen. Deciding against dropping our plans because of a misplaced word, we went to treat ourselves on that special day.
Taking pictures is a routine thing for us, so we paid 4 a studio photo session…unknown to us, we had a lover-less and jobless follower who needed to score cheap popularity and made it his unsolicited duty to take pictures of us during parts of our photoshoot, thereby ruining a perfect Feb 14.@TytbonesCEO, now you have your popularity, can we get back to our lives before your unwarranted intrusion?Nigerians, thank you for your time, tweets, posts, comments and all. However, I do think its about time you left us to our beautiful lives, and moved on with your individual lives…We’re still coming back into the spotlight soon enough, and then you can have your fill of yours, but not before we are ready for it, and not for the wrong reasons…definitely not for a lousy printing error.AYOMIDE
Before I proceed, let me draw your attention to the fact that Ayomide censored “f*cking” in his statement, but proudly wore in full public glare, an uncensored version on his shirt and that of his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day. How stupid is that?
Hmmm…for me, whether it’s “I Love F*cking You, Ayomide mi” or “I F*cking Love You, Ayomide mi,” both captions are not decent. Therefore, it doesn’t matter if the caption we saw was a print error.
Ayomide’s statement clearly shows that there can be only one word to qualify him: “FOOL”…a very big one. Does he mean to tell us if his girlfriend were his younger sister, he’ll let her wear this type of shirt in public. Ten years from now, when his daughter becomes a teenager, will he condone her wearing such a shirt?
Where have our values gone? What is becoming of this generation? Can they even reason at all? This is very annoying, yet so sad. Why are some women so stupid? Why would you let a guy who hasn’t paid ten kobo on your head to call you “his fiancee”? I can bet to my last naira that Ayomide isn’t formally engaged to this girl. Like they’ve shamelessly told us, their relationship is a ‘f*ck-f*ck’ relationship.
Look at his mouth like “fiance”…mumu man! Anyway, I blame the girl. Shame on you Ayomide!! What fame are you talking about? You make a girl look cheap in a trashy t-shirt and call it fame? If you had designed your shirt like the one below would it have killed you?
The world is gradually losing its sanity and surely it won’t drag me along. I’m writing this to save the remnant God has left behind on earth so that when they surf the internet, they can find some truth to balance this madness and assure them that they are on the right path.
Illicit sex, fornication, vulgarity, and immodesty are not values to be celebrated. That’s why we find our young eligible single girls sleeping in churches and queuing for deliverance because they can’t find husbands. And when they eventually marry, they can’t keep a marriage for long.
Young women, mothers of tomorrow, teachers and nurturers of our future leaders, live a life worthy of pride and honour.