How a traffic offender I challenged shaded me – Skit-maker Taaooma recounts, berates gender inequality
Nigerian skit-maker, Taaooma has shared her personal experience with a traffic offender who shaded her, while berating gender inequality.
Taaooma lamented the challenges women experience in real life because of their gender and narrated an encounter with a motorist that belittled her even though she was driving her own car.
The content creator said she confronted the traffic offender, but the man told her to drop her father’s car at home before she can talk to him.
She cried out about going through similar things at the place of work and the society in general.
The Skit-maker wrote:
“Being a woman can be tough sometimes. In your work space, you’re looked down upon. In the society, you’re not as respected.
Last time out, a traffic offender I challenged on the road told me to “drop my daddy’s car” before I can talk to him.”
A Twitter user @Vawul3nse responded to Taaooma that the situation probably happened because of her petite size, but she dismissed such an insinuation.
The tweep said:
“That wasn’t about you being a woman, it was probably about you being ‘small’ size. You women shouldn’t be victimizing yourselves always”
@_Taaooma responded: Lol, small size? Cos he saw my whole body from the car Yh? If I start to list all the experiences, we’ll be here till night. I’m spitting the reality of things, you said I’m victimizing myself. Stop jare.
Another user @Ikebobo_Dave commented: Be like u no wear ur ring
But Taaooma wrote: If u like wear wedding gown, you go still collect
On a different note a tweep lambasted her for being an imaginative feminist who thinks she is being discriminated against because she’s a woman.
@le_capone wrote: Sick and tired of emergency feminist attributing everything they face in life to their gender.
Taaooma retorted: Emergency feminist? Quadri say Astagafirulah. You’re part of the problems.
The post How a traffic offender I challenged shaded me – Skit-maker Taaooma recounts, berates gender inequality appeared first on ENTERTAINMENT — WITHIN NIGERIA.