Rapper Vector Challenges Notions of Paternity Fraud

 

Renowned rapper Vector has sparked a conversation about paternity fraud in Nigeria, challenging prevailing perceptions about fidelity and gender dynamics. In response to viral statistics indicating Nigeria’s high rate of paternity fraud, Vector took to his X handle to offer a provocative perspective.

Referring to the statistics that ranked Nigeria as the second-highest in paternity fraud globally, Vector questioned the narrative that portrays Nigerian men as inherently unfaithful. He provocatively queried, “If Nigeria is the 2nd highest in paternity fraud globally, how then are men scum? Or they mean men are cum?”

By raising this question, Vector prompts a reconsideration of societal stereotypes and assumptions about gender and fidelity. His statement invites reflection on the complexities of relationships and the need to challenge sweeping generalizations about men’s behavior.

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