Timaya has revealed how an old woman he once lived with turned him to a sex toy in exchange for food and roof over his head



Popular Nigerian singer and Egebri papa 1 of Bayelsa, Timaya, has revealed how he was once a sex toy to an older woman.

In an interview with PUNCH, Timaya was asked to talk on a number of issues like the one of lady in America who accused him of sexual assault to which he replied; "I would rather not talk about that."

On what he learned while hawking on the streets? Timaya said, ''I learnt that to succeed in life, I had to stay passionate about my dreams, never settle for less and keep working hard every day. Most importantly, I learnt to believe that God makes everything possible in good time.

I have been through a lot of things in life, and if I begin to share my story, you will be shocked. I was born into a fairly comfortable family but I was a rebel and I often ran away from home. I once lived in Port Harcourt with a woman who was older than me and she used me like I was a sex toy. I had to service her whenever she had the urge in exchange for food and a roof over my head.


However, I have always dreamed big. Despite my travails, I never let go of my aspirations while believing that one day, I would make it big.''


Meanwhile in an older interview, Timaya said he left home at 14 and “When I had nowhere to stay, I had to go and live with a woman friend who turned me into a prisoner. I had to live by her rules. I could not go anywhere until she allows me to. I could never stay out until 7pm, or else I am in trouble. She was older than me by four years and I did not have a choice."

"Anytime I complain, she threatened to throw me out of her house. If I failed to make love to her, she would accuse me of sleeping with other ladies, and she will again threaten to throw my things out. That was when I was in Porthacourt. It was not easy for me then, but what could I do? It was when I was able to save some money to get another place that I was able to escape.”

When asked who his mentor is, he said, " Bishop David Oyedepo. I attend Living Faith Church, aka Winner’s Chapel, and I don’t joke with the activities of the church. As much as I can, I make sure I attend as many of their services, crusades, and other programmes whenever I’m in the country."
 
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