How I gave my virginity to my married music teacher – Actress Toyo Baby | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f


Nollywood actress and a popular face in Funke Akindele-Bello’s comic series, ‘Jenifa’s Diaries’, Olayode Juliana, popularly known as Toyo Baby has revealed how she lost her virginity to a married man at the age of 17.

The actress revealed this in a book she entitled “Rebirth.”

She wrote, “The day finally came. He wanted to move the date because he was expecting some money that he wanted to use to pay for a good hotel, but moving it would mean my mum back from church.
“So, he settled for a cheap hotel. I still remember the smell of cigarette that filled the room. I hated the smell of alcohol and cigarette; I still do.

“We had to wait at the reception for the room to be cleaned and aired.

“So, we went back into the room, and it happened. It was a painful experience for me.

“I cried at different points and he kept apologising, begging me to keep my voice down lest they think he was raping me. He told me to relax and bear the pain.

“In his words, ‘do not be a weak woman’. That got at me because I hated feeling or being treated as weak.

“I asked for a break. He tutored me some more and tried again until he finally got through. It was not anything like he had told me it would be.

“I saw no clouds, I made no sounds, I felt nothing special. It was painful all the way, but it was obvious he was satisfied.

“When he was done, I checked the bed for blood. I screamed! There was no blood! He told me that not all virgins saw blood.

“I was so confused, but chose to believe him anyway. Soon after, he slept, and I was there crying.

“Why didn’t I see blood? Even if not all virgins see blood, why should I be on that list? How would I tell the story of losing my virginity without blood? Who would believe me that I was actually a virgin?”

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  1. Rubbish and aimless story. were your legs and hands tied and taken to the hotel? Didn't you agree with him. I think all this our media don't have work to do.

    1. I agree that our media doesn't really have work at the moment because we are all waiting for Buhari's return. But the lesson here is this. Too many young girls get caught up in the web of peer pressure to tell how their virginity was lost and the allure of sleeping with older married men because they are more financially stable to pay for things and places. Also, more experienced to coach them through life issues, a role that parents are too ashamed to take on because of this "holier than thou" attitude. If more parents gave positive sex education, the rate of teenage sex and rape would reduce drastically.

  2. Who is interested in that rubbish story

  3. Ask your daddy he may be aware. Mybe u are loosing it the second time if there was anything like that.


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