ControversIAL Temmie Ovwasa, also known as YBNL Princess, a Nigerian musician, has spoken out about how her stepfather sexually molested her as a youngster.
The eccentric singer claimed in a series of Twitter conversations that her stepfather had had canonical knowledge of her from the age of 11 until the age of 17.
She claims she has wanted to tell the story for a long time but has been waiting for her mother to pass away to avoid humiliation.
Temmie also said that her stepfather exposed facts about her mother's discovery of abuse in a dairy, despite the fact that she stayed in the marriage.
The artist, whose mother is a minister, professed her love for her but also stated her inability to trust her. She also stated that she would not be there at her mother's funeral.
In the spirit of exposing my step father as a sexual predator, I want to state this very clearly: I do not believe in the justice system, so if you’ve hurt me sexually, watch your backs. I’m not afraid of blood. I’ve always wanted to tell this story, but I’ve been waiting for my mother to die because I didn’t want her to bear the shame of it. But it’s 2022 angels, and in the spirit of releasing my new project where I talk about some of my experiences, I’ll be sharing this to start off.
I was sexually abused by my stepfather from age 11 to 17. He groped me and wrote about it in his diary, which my mother found. My first experience with being called mentally unstable after sharing a story was with my mother, which is why you stupid internet trolls don’t faze me. After my mother found out, she said it was “just anal”, according to his diary, meaning that it wasn’t such a big deal since I wasn’t “penetrated”. I know through and through what a predator looks like, thinks like, and I know they never believe they’ve done anything wrong.
This started a cycle in my life of people calling me mentally unstable, mad, and depressed because I was actually, I cut myself for years, in and out of psychosis, and you know the best part? Every time I had an opinion about what her husband did, my mother would say it’s psychosis. No, I’m only telling this story because I’m genuinely in a better place and I don’t want your support or pity. A lot of you fuckers are just as guilty. My mother is a pastor and she believes deep in her heart. She’s a good person. I love her to bits.
I don’t trust the woman that birthed me. She has stayed with her husband even despite the fact that I have not returned home for almost 10 years. Oluwa Yemisi, I love you, but your other children will bury you. I will not be at your funeral. And the reason I don't necessarily hate her is that I know the system gives women like her nothing. She is nothing without her husband. I see women like her every day, risking their peace for no good men, but a child is too big a price to pay for a man who isn’t shit.
Anyways, I’ve always wanted to get this off my chest. He isn’t the only person who has done shit like this to me, but he is the only one I still have to interact with, and I refuse to let that continue. Anyone who has dealt with mental health issues knows that Nigerians are evil.
I’ve been in so many situations with people using my mental health as an excuse to hurt me. At my lowest and most psychotic, I’ve seen people treat me like shit, which is why I carry myself like God. I have actually been to hell and back. She asked me why I never confronted him if I wasn’t lying. So I did just that last year. Did she believe me? Nooo Yoruba women can die for a man biko. ” She wrote: