I took a break from acting to learn about sex –Seyi Hunter
Actress and Vlogger, Seyi Hunter, has said she took a break from the movie industry because she wanted to learn more about s*x.
She told Sunday Scoop, “I took a break from my movie career last year to learn more about s*x education and therapy.
I did some courses on s*x Education and Human s*xuality to make me a certified s*x educator. However, I just produced a movie titled, The Return.
I’m also currently working on another production and I have scripts lined up from other filmmakers. So, it’s already a busy year.”
Explaining why she decided to focus on s*x in her vlog, Hunter said, “When I started my vlog, Sinful Friday, I realised that it was a welcome idea.
It felt like Nigerians and the rest of the world had been waiting for me. People are in need of someone to teach them s*xual skills and pleasure.
I’m good at it and I’m an expert in the game. So, I decided to focus on everything that has to do with s*x.”
Maintaining that she is not wayward as many are wont to think, Seyi said, “I’m not a promiscuous person.
I used to be a one-man kind of girl, and I have been celibate for over a year, but that is changing this month. That I talk about s*x and teach s*xual skills doesn’t mean I sleep around.
People need to understand that.”
Narrating some of her weirdest s*xual experiences, Hunter said, “I’ve had lots of crazy s*xual experiences but I’ll tell you three.
I’ve had s*x in a club filled with people on a Friday night. I just sat on him like I was dancing.
Ialso did it in an elevator somewhere in Ikoyi. And the third one was on a tenth floor balcony somewhere on Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, at about 6pm.
It was rush hour and everywhere was busy but we continued anyway.”
Hunter, who is also the founder of a beauty pageant company, Miss Bikini Nigeria, refuted reports that such competitions encourage prostitution. She said, “I will speak for myself.
Miss Bikini Nigeria doesn’t promote prostitution. We don’t tolerate nonsense. We are the only pageant in Nigeria that sends people abroad regularly. Our girls are well behaved; they don’t do that, and we don’t encourage and promote such.”