Filmmaker, Daniel Ademinokan, bashes women who bare cleavage
By Rita Chioma,
Using a quote to simply explain what he had in mind, US based Nigerian filmmaker, Daniel Ademinokan, has condemned ladies who step out in public half-dressed, in order to seduce men.
“I’m pretty sure I’ve put up this quote before but when I encountered a woman on my way to Manhattan this morning, I had to post this again. I probably should start a thread called #DaBishopSubwayChronicles. Dear women, showing us the size of what you have underneath your blouse/top does not increase your value. It increases the number of men who will run after you and want to have a feel of it though. It doesn’t guarantee that they’d stick around any longer after they get that feel ,” he advised.
Continuing, the prolific filmmaker who divorced his actress wife, Doris Simeon to marry her colleague, Stella Damasus, added that men of these days want something better.
“Hey! I’m being real. We all have different tastes in style and fashion, so I would totally respect your style. But if your style devalues you, shouldn’t you re-evaluate that style? If you don’t place that value on yourself, nobody else will. It’s not pride. It’s not arrogance. It’s simply letting everyone know you’re valuable. You can be sexy and classy without being trashy. Stay beautiful and attractive. Your package may bring him closer, but your mind will keep him longer.