Sex tapes on the internet are gradually becoming a trend, often with the sole purpose of blackmail.
The most recent in Nigeria being a lesbian sex video involving the 2015 Miss Anambra, Chidimma Okeke.
A sex tape is an amateur pornographic video recording involving two or more persons which has, intentionally or unintentionally, been made available publicly.
Such video tapes are often released without the consent of their subjects. Would those involved or who have fallen victims be able to get over the trauma and live normal lives again? Would you even marry a lover whose sex tape has gone viral?
See what some celebrities think;
I’ll follow my instinct – Belinda Effah, Actress
Seriously, I don’t know how to say yes or no to this question, because our past should not define the person we have become.
If the person in question has unquestionable character when I met him, but his past is brought to my knowledge, I will have a heart-to-heart talk with him and decide if it’s worth pursuing and to know if he has been pretending all along.
Based on instinct, I might decide to continue as my instinct never fails me. But if the person has been displaying and putting up questionable character, then there is no need for consideration. We need to know that everyone has a past that they are not proud of.
Yes, I can- Crystal Okoye, Actress
Yes, I can get married to someone whose sex tape has gone viral, if I genuinely love him and if he is good, committed, loving and caring. I can’t displease myself because of what people will say.
My happiness matters more than people’s opinion.
It depends- Nev Harrison, Comedian/Ventriloquist
It all depends on what stage we are in the relationship and when the sex tape was actually recorded.
If the tape was recorded long before I met her, then I can take the the risk of marrying her especially if her love is something I can’t live without.
But if the tape was recorded while we were already dating, meaning that she cheated on me, I will definitely call off the relationship.
I can never marry her- Kelvin Ikeduba, Actor
No, I can’t. I can never marry her. I can’t even meet such a person, not to talk of getting married to her. It doesn’t matter if it was her past relationship. I will not have anything to do with such a person.
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