‘MC Galaxy forced me to go unclad in his live video’ – Actress Etinosa reveals the truth
While speaking to BBC Pidgin, the young divorcee said she felt totally broken for the first 24 hours after her n*de video went viral.
“The next day, I wished I didn’t expose my nudity online. My brain was filled with regrets but I had to let go,” she said.
She debunked rumours that she is suffering from depression but admitted that she is dealing with personal issues just like every human being.
“I’m not depressed. We all have our personal challenges and struggles” she said.
She explained the drama would have been less complicated if MC Galaxy had deleted the adult video from his Instagram profile to prevent more people from seeing it and downloading it. She has also refused to blame him or hold grudges against the struggling singer on the spread of the disgraceful video.
She further revealed that she never planned to strip naked online. According to her, MC Galaxy reached out to her multiple times to join his live video session where ladies engage in obscenities.
She said ;
“To my shock, MC Galaxy kept calling me to join him on his live video session on Instagram. His action really surprised me because he has been involved in controversies concerning a previous live video. He had earlier said he was done with the live video session. My comments about going Unclad in the comment section of his page were mere jokes” she also added.
“After the first round of MC Galaxy’s nude video session on that fateful day, he called my phone number a second time reminding me of joining him and at that point, I wasn’t in my right senses. I was drunk. I kept hearing voices in my head prompting me to take off my clothes and show my body to the waiting audience”.
In all, Etinosa revealed that she will blame herself for everything as she is responsible for her actions.
Etinosa also added that she has been on a damage control measure since the nude video went viral. She set up a team that has been approaching media platforms to take down the lewd contents but the major challenge is that many people still have it on their phones.