When asked if she’s an advocate of female empowerment, the 'Murda' singer said she only believes in the principles of human rights.
When asked if she’s an advocate of female empowerment, the 'Murda' singer said, “I’m not a feminist, I just believe in the principles of human rights so I fight for it”.
Seyi who is championing a cause and actively works alongside United Nations women and girl-child empowerment campaign explained her passion.
“A friend in South Africa who was sourcing for the project was interested in what I was doing with my own charity- ‘A Ray of Hope’, that focuses on less privileged children, women and the ‘girl child’, and decided that I would be the best candidate to represent Nigeria for this global campaign.”
“I plan to continue to lend my voice and my platform to similar causes. Most importantly I want to set a great example for all young girls out there.”
In a celebrity life filled with meetings, events, travelling back and forth from place to place, Seyi says she would be fulfilled if she had her own family.
According to her, “Touching the lives of people all over the world with my music, giving hope and inspiration to my generation, living for humanity and having my own family.”