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In a post she made on the microblogging platform, Twitter, the young talent revealed that she is doing what’s best for her children by refusing to bring them to this cruel world which has no protection for children.

She stated that people normally subject kids to all manner of torture by treating then badly and also disrespecting their autonomy and they lack laws to protect children from abuse.

She stated that most people who subject children to such uncertainties mostly berate women who have refused to have children. She added that she has decided to shield her future children from all these adversities by refusing to birth them to this world.

She added that she is proud to be a lesbian and wouldn’t have to worry herself about birthing her children to this world to be molested by outsiders and family rekatives.

See her tweet below;

In other news, promising Nigerian Afro-fusion/Afrobeat crooner, Princess Funmilola Fisher, popularly known as Princess Wonda has added her voice to the debate on the brouhaha between the Ghanaian and Nigerian music industry.

Ghana and Nigeria have been brothers since the beginning of time until not too long ago, Shatta Wale launched an attack against the Nigerian music industry players for not supporting Ghanaian talents as we do to theirs.

This sparked a lot of mixed reactions on social media with some people bashing the dancehall musician over his assertions. Others also threw their weights behind him for lambasting Nigerian musician over their refusal to support other musicians in Africa.

It has also been argued that Nigerian musicians are better than Ghanaian musicians given the fact that Nigerian stars like Davido, Burna Boy and Wizkid have managed to break through the global music scene while the A-list artistes in Ghana have achieved a little success as compared to Nigerians.

Well, Princess Wonda speaking in an interview on the Daybreak Hitz show with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM stated that he believed Ghanaian musicians and Nigerian musicians make good music when they come together on the same record.