“Men do disgusting things with my photos & videos” – Maheeda
Self-acclaimed sex goddess, Maheeda, is one that has always got tongues wagging anytime she posts her raunchy pictures online. The singer told Saturday Beats that she was happy to build her brand on sex; however, she added that it was disgusting to know that some men masturbate to her pictures, videos and that some even send videos of the act to her.
“I would not lie, I am aware that some men masturbate to my pictures online; but personally, it disgusts me. I would be very honest that it disgusts me because they send me some videos of them doing it and telling me that it is what I caused. To be honest, I caused it so there is nothing I can do about it.
“I like the fact that my brand is built on sex. I love it and it feels like a dream to me because in Nigeria, sex is still seen as a taboo. I feel that we need to be more open and educate our children about it. I may not be going about it the right way because nobody is perfect; but hopefully, I would perfect my act,” she said.
Sharing some of her wild sexual exploits, the singer told Saturday Beats that the craziest places she had had sex were in a public restroom and on the beach somewhere outside Nigeria.
“The craziest sexual thing I have done is to have sex in the restroom and on the beach. There was a time I did it in the restroom and the other ladies were waiting in line to use the restroom. The time I did it at the beach, it was very crazy because people were passing by. I don’t know which was crazier between the two but I think both were crazy,” she told Saturday Beats.
Maheeda admitted that if she had married a Nigerian man, she would not have been ‘sexually outspoken’.
The singer further revealed that it had always been her dream, since she was about seven years old, to marry a white man.
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“I know that if I had married a Nigerian, I would not have had this much freedom to talk about sex; it would have been impossible. I actually married a white guy because it has always been my childhood dream. I never had dolls as a kid, but I noticed that most of my peers that had dolls had white men as fathers.
“I felt that we did not have the good things of life because my guardian was not married to a white man. Since that tender age, I had always nursed the dream of marrying a white man. It was my childhood dream and I made sure it became a reality,” she said.
When asked what her husband feels about her raunchy pictures online, she simply said that he was a supportive husband. Maheeda told Saturday Beats that all her husband asked of her on the matter was never to expose her private parts.
“My husband is not on social media and he is very camera-shy but he is very supportive of everything that I do. Even before we started our relationship, I always told him my plans. He is okay with what I do and he tells me that I am a complete package. He tells me that I am what he asked for and whatever I do is part of the package.
“He said that he has married me and that anything I do comes with the package, so there is nothing he can do about it. He just tells me to try not to open my vagina for everybody to see and I should keep that one for him. That is what I have been doing,” she said.
On her Instagram page, the singer has been called a prostitute and other names that are unprintable, but she told Saturday Beats that she had grown a thick skin to the name-calling.
“I am not pained whenever people call me names on social media, especially when they call me a prostitute because they even call girls that dress modestly online different names as well. “They insult men of God online, so I don’t know why I would feel bad if they call me a prostitute. It is almost a normal thing for me. People like to insult a lot in Nigeria. It is as if insulting people is a form of greeting in Nigeria so I am used to it. It is like telling Aliko Dangote that he is a poor man. He would just laugh at you; so if you call me a prostitute while I am being a good wife and a good mother, I just laugh it off,” she said.