Kemi Olunloyo Blasts Nigerians For Disrespecting Her “Stop Calling Me Mummy”

kemi olunloyo mummy facebookKemi Olunloyo with Obasanjo

Oct 28, 2013 – Kemi Omololu Olunloyo Blasts Nigerians For Disrespecting Her “Stop Calling Me Mummy”

Nigeria’s most controversial figure on Facebook is back months after taking a break from her controversial Facebook page.

Ms Kemi Omololu Olunloyo, the daughter of the former Governor of Oyo state took to her Facebook page this afternoon to blast Nigerians calling her Mummy.

Kemi claims the word ‘mummy’ is very disrespectful.

She also took her time to lecture fans on how to properly address her.

Read what she posted this afternoon:

Once Again: pls be respectful. I don’t know why Nigerians can’t take instructions well. This is the leading cause of many ppl’s failures

DO NOT address me as Mummy. Stop geting used to those terms. Being addressing ppl with their title and named. Mummy is RESERVED for my children.
Aunty is reserved for my nephews and nieces. They don’t appreciate when ppl address me that. You grew up in your own culture and mine is North American. 37 years outside of this country cannot be changed overnite to the wrong thing.
I have more than ENOUGH NAMES

KOO
MadamGovernor
Dr Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo
#Ms Kemi
Stop Disrespecting me in the name of Nigerian respect.

Chai! what an insult… Naija people get plenty time o.

Most of her fans are ASUU strike victims so we must blame ASUU & the Federal Government for this.

14 thoughts on “Kemi Olunloyo Blasts Nigerians For Disrespecting Her “Stop Calling Me Mummy”

  1. they called u mummy because u have expired
    Check yourself to aro ward immediately before they start calling you grandma

  2. 37 years outside Nigeria, yet you never came back with American or Canadian citizenship. Your biggest achievement was deportation from Canada and you have the audacity to insult Nigerians. You are nothing but a shameless woman, your family must be weeping and wondering the kind of bad luck that befall on them in the person of you. When you are addressed as mummy or aunty, it is sign of respect because of our beautiful culture, not the white man culture that has lost its value and substance. My kids are here in Canada and call people uncles and aunts, even whites and Caribbean appreciate that. You did not train your kids that’s the reason they are equally lost like you. Most of us in abroad are training our kids in our culture because we don’t want them to lose touch whereas people like you see everything western as good. Fool.

  3. Your culture is North American? I thought you were deported. How can you be deported from your country? yeye woman. Why did you come back to facebook and other media? Are you tired of talking rubbish in support of FFK?

  4. She is ba…ck again,can I address you as SHE since you are a woman,don’t forget that the word mummy which is meant for your kids is an Egyptian name for corpes.

  5. I blame those who are calling u mummy… Am I mad to be calling mummy, can u mother me?? Nchewwwwww. Mummy co, Mama ni..

  6. So living abroad has made you become a star or local champion in you village that you now havemumu fan base. You cant adulterate our . you might as well consider relocating back to north america. Headless idiot

  7. Get a job……..Oh I forgot…….nobody wants to hire you. How long is Kemi’s family family going to pay for her internet so you can bully people, including Nigerians? I know children sometimes need a hand from parents but Kemi is an old hag. She made several wrong choices and that is why she does not live in North America anymore.

  8. THE PEOPLE WHO CALLED YOU MAMI , OR MAMA, ARE SO STUPID, THEY SHOULD HAVE CALLED YOU SISI EKO, SWEET SIXTTEEN, SWINGY 60, AGARASHA, AUNTY ISALE EKO, SISI PAY AS YOU GO,FOR ALL NIGERIAN PRESIDO,
    NEXT TIME ,IF ANYBODY CALL YOU MAMI,OR MAAMI OR MAAMA, PLEASE PHONE TO BAMI OR PAPA OBASANJO TO BRING A LOT OF SOLDERS , OR PHONE TO BOKO TO HELP YOU OUT. YOU ARE JUST A CONNIVING LITTLE SHIT.

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