An activist, Uche Nelo Umolu, has called out a talent manager Mayowa Balogun for allegedly recording her during sex without her consent then sharing it with his brother and friends without her knowledge.
Uche Nelo, who is the founder of The Consent Workshop, said she wasn’t ready to share her story yet but she did so in outrage after Mayowa Balogun, out of fear that she was about to expose him, went on Twitter to share it first so as to earn forgiveness from Twitter users.
Nelo mentioned that before Mayowa went on Twitter to share his confession and ask for forgiveness from Twitter users, he did not reach out to her, who he offended, to ask her forgiveness. She said he had blocked her on every platform, yet took to Twitter to ask the people he didn’t offend for forgiveness just so that he will not be called out if/when she shares her story.
She added that his “confession” was manipulative and made to suit his own narrative. As a result, she decided to share her story herself.
Sharing her story, she said she made a decision to have consensual sex with Mayowa Balogun. However, during sex, while her back was turned, he allegedly filmed her and sent the sex tape to his brother and friends.
She said when she asked him about it, he denied it. The following day, he gave her his phone to record him at a wedding and that’s when she saw a naked video of her that he had sent to three people.
When she confronted him about it, she said he manipulated her into forgiving him.
According to Uche, when he suspected she might expose him on social media, he came out to share the story first to gain sympathy and forgiveness.
Read her story and his alleged confession below.