Reality TV Star warns women participating in the silhouette challenge

Nigerian actress and Youtuber, Kahfi Kareem, has cautioned women who are gladly taking part in the silhouette challenge that has become a global trend on social media especially Twitter.Women across the globe have joined the silhouette challenge on TikTok, and have moved it to Twitter. Perhaps, that is the platform to reach more people and set the trend unlike TikTok, snapchat, Facebook and Instagram. According to Khafi Kareem, whatever one put on the internet remains eternal until the world comes to an end. She adds that the consequences of putting something on the internet come to affect women more than men. The silhouette challenge has seen sultry social media dance craze and currently the hottest thing going online now which is growing legs. The challenge goes that the main subject, typically dressed down, flips a switch to Paul Anka’s song, ”Put Your Head On My Shoulder,” and slides right into Doja Cat’s ”Streets” joint. What makes the #SilhouetteChallenge so alluring is that one has to use their imagination as you are literally just seeing an outline of a person gyrating and dancing as they see fit to the groove behind them. See tweet below; The fact is society is harder on women. I should know this from personal experience. What you put out into the Internet space remains there. A male can post the exact same thing or similar and not get the same heat/consequences that a female would. — A Cup of Khafi #EndSARS (@KhafiKareem) January 28, 2021 This is not me being anti fun this is just facts. As long as you are fully aware and fully conscious of this by all means do what you want, but do not cry when it gets into the wrong hands or your future is affected because of what has been posted on the Internet in the past. — A Cup of Khafi #EndSARS (@KhafiKareem) January 28, 2021

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