Nedu Wazobia, a well-known on-air personality, Chinedu Ani Emmanuel, has said that choir girls’ external appearance may not necessarily reflect their true personalities.
Nedu revealed the information during a discussion on Naija FM’s “Across the Bridge” program.
Nedu made the case that choir girls aren’t always the godly ones by sharing a personal story about a choir member he thought was a virgin.
Nedu described his experience and how his friend had discouraged him from dating the girl because of what she had been up to during church night practices.
Nedu said: “I said I want to engage the girl,” in pidgin English. Why, he asked? I was given the girl to “chop,” he claimed.
The girl is a virgin, I remarked. ‘Which virgin?’ he yelled. He claimed that occasionally they would be performing on stage during all-night practices. The girl has a guy who enters from behind her. They will be in the back, he replied.
“They occasionally hear moaning sounds. The same moaning sound would become considerably louder as he got closer. Is she still a virgin?
“My brother, be afraid of any choir girls. However, some are absolutely fantastic.
He responded, “Brothers are the worst,” in response to one of the hosts’ question about if it is only sisters that should be afraid.