PHOTOS: Nigerian women call for 'jail term' for men who leaked and shared nude videos and pictures of minor teenage girls in viral Lagos Dropbox Link KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Sunday, October 30, 2022

PHOTOS: Nigerian women call for 'jail term' for men who leaked and shared nude videos and pictures of minor teenage girls in viral Lagos Dropbox Link

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nigerian women are calling for 'jail term' for men who leaked and shared nude videos and pictures of minor teenage girls in viral Lagos Dropbox Link. (Read More Here).

Yesterday on social media, some anonymous Nigerian men (we presume), began to share and leak pictures, IG handles and videos of young girls from Nigeria.

The leaked videos and pictures contained the nudes or nakedness of the young girls. The nude pictures involved, their breasts, nipples and private parts and some showed their real faces.

The Dropbox linked also contained their real names, alongside their Instagram and Twitter page handles.

Now, Nigerian women are calling for these unidentified men to be tracked and sent to jail for doing such an evil thing to the man young naive girls.


Amanda: Every man behind that Dropbox shit should be jailed and arrested for revenge porn.

Cyan: This Dropbox thing just shows how you shouldn’t trust anyone to send your nudes to them.
Even if you’re dating, please ladies don’t send your nudes to him 🙏🏾 please & please. People are mean & vindictive.

Bami: I can’t believe the same men asking for the pictures are saying it’s their fault for taking nude pictures. It’s never a minor’s fault first of all. As for the others, they obviously shared them with people they trust who betrayed them.

Kafayat: Anybody with that Lagos Dropbox link is disgusting and vile. There is currently a Dropbox link going around of girls’ nude pictures with their names and Instagrams attached… and apparently a lot of them are minors. This is so frightening and disgusting.

Jooste: And the fact that some people are on Twitter begging for someone to send them the link…. You’re so sick in the head. What kind of horrific shit is this.

Mirabel: The Dropbox thing jus confirms my worst fears that the future is not brighter at all.

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Most “productivity tools” get in your way. They constantly ping, distract and disrupt your team’s flow, so you spend your days switching between apps and tracking down feedback. It’s busywork, not the meaningful stuff. We want to change this.

We believe there’s a more enlightened way to work. Dropbox helps people be organised, stay focused and get in sync with their teams.

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Tim Regan, Chief Financial Officer
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Melanie Collins, Chief People Officer
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Saman Asheer, VP of Communications
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