I pity the next generation, I wonder who would pray for my kids – Blaqbonez expresses fear; says future mothers now living in clubs

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Blaqbonez, a Nigerian rapper who goes by the stage name Akumefule Chukwu-Emeka, has expressed concerns about the future of decent parenting.

Blaqbonez, a Nigerian rapper, has highlighted concerns about the future of decent parenting as he poses questions.

The rapper said that the next generation of women will be “most likely fun mums, awake mums, smokers, but not prayer warriors,” claiming that the world is rapidly losing prayerful mothers.

“Who would pray for my kids!” said the self-proclaimed best rapper in the midst of this.

“This generation isn’t religious,” he claims, and with the way things are going, “if you need prayers, you might have to do it yourself.”

Also expressing fears over the uncertainty of good fathers in future, Blaqbonez said, “Current dads have already lost their way, they in the club smoking shisha looking for small girls to cheat with.

“But i forcast that the next generation mums too would join the dads, and then we would all not be religious together. wahala for the next gen kids 😂😭

“This generation isn’t religious, with the way its going if you need prayers you might need to do it yourself, just glad to have someone that has my back spiritually.

“Last of a dying breed. next generation mums are most likely fun mums, woke mums, but not prayer warriors mums.

“My mumsi dey steady pray for me, i just pity next generation children, na club all their mumsi go dey, dey smoke shisha, who go pray for who?

“The past generation made prayer like a gender role, made us expect mothers to be mad religious but going forward if you need prayers you’d have to do it yourself.

“I wonder who would pray for my kids sha, cos me I barely pray and I’d probably not have a religious baby mama 😣.”

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