'I'm ashamed I lost my virginity at 28' - Nigerian singer Asa (VIDEO)
Nigerian singer Asa has revealed that she lost her virginity at the age of 28 and was not proud of it.
Media personality Funmi Iyanda yesterday, shared a never-before-seen interview she had with singer Asa.
The multiple award-winning singer spoke about her personal journey as a woman and also discussed her album, Bed Of Stones.
The interview which was recorded in 2015 sees Asa get real honest about a number of things including losing her virginity at the age of 28, dealing with depression and more.
She also talked about how she was wrongfully labelled a lesbian.
She said, “I never wanted to date any artiste. On the day I lost my virginity, I called my manger, Janet to tell her and she was surprised that I was a very late starter. I also called my mum and she didn’t have any advice, she said, “it will be painful at first’, and I was there wondering what she was saying.
“I am ashamed to say I lost my virginity at 28, so don’t clap for me. Perhaps one of the reasons why I lost my virginity that late was because I was shy and somewhere else where I was too focused on my career that I didn’t even think about having sex.”
On lesbianism allegations, she said, “I sued someone for writing that I was a lesbian and I regret doing so.
In hindsight I don’t think it was necessary but a lot of people nudged me to sue the writer.”
Watch the video below: