Nigerian hip-hop artist, Cynthia Morgan, has affirmed her alignment with the Biblical doctrine advocating that sexual engagement should be limited to the institution of marriage.
She emphasizes that, out of all the teachings in the Bible, the principle she resonates with most is the exclusive nature of sexual relations within the context of marriage.
Taking to her Instastory, the rapper acknowledged that people may stray from the ideal due to various reasons, including lack of awareness or other factions.
She, however, stated that she firmly believes that sex was originally intended for married couples.
Her post reads,
“If there’s one thing I agree the most with in the Bible it will be that sex should only be for married people.
I know… We all sin and fall short of his glory either out of ignorance or even i2no… but sincerely sex is /was designed for married people. Thank you”
See her post below,
A while back, Cynthia Morgan berated US-based Nigerian professor, Uju Anya, over her recent post on Twitter.
Uju, who is quite controversial because of her sexuality and opinions, had taken to the microblogging platform to share photos of herself tying a wrapper around her chest and smoking a cigarette on the balcony of her home.
She captioned the post, “Minister of Enjoyment”.
This didn’t sit well with Cynthia Morgan and she expressed her disagreement with Uju for equating smoking cigarettes with enjoyment.
“Smoking cigarettes is not part of enjoyment,” she replied.