In this Interview with theNetng, Maheeda opens up on growing up ,having a baby at 17 and being an orphan.
A lot… I'm addicted to sex, and I have to have sex everyday.At least once everyday, and if there’s no guy around me, I’ll help myself by masturbating. I have a lot of sextoys; in fact, I’m a regular customer. It’s like food to me, and you have to eat. It is very healthy and it gives you the right curves and my body is used to it.On her recent trip to Europe
Yes! Sometimes I just squirt, like when am having sex, and because I am used to it and my body needs it.
It was for business. I went for a birthday party of one big shot and all I needed to do was just sit down and cross my legs and then I got money in my account, which was pretty cool.No. I just sat down, sipped some champagne and made some money. I just went to cross my legs and made $3000.It was just an appearance. Isn’t that cool? Because they want to see that raunchy chick.On her pregnancy
I got pregnant for my boyfriend about 13 years ago when I was just 17, in Kano. I think his family was tribalist because they didn’t want me around, so they offered me N2million, which was a lot of money back then, to leave the baby and go. I actually wanted to accept the money but I thought to myself, ‘Hey, you’re an orphan and this is the only blood you have.’ So, I left the money and decided to leave with my daughterGrowing up
Because I was very hungry and I was coming from a very poor background. My mum and dad weren’t there. I was 14, living in the streets, where he met me, housed, and then I eventually got pregnant for him when I was 17. Ever since then it has been just me and, besides, I don’t want to ask anything because I know they wanted the child and not me, and I can’t afford to lose her. She’s the only thing that I have.
I never met my dad, but I knew my mum for a while, and then she died and that’s all? I don’t even know any one of my relatives.My childhood was very lonely. I was always missing this family relationship, which I think is still affecting me till today. I don’t know what love is but I think my daughter and my man are beginning to teach me.On Marriage
A very nice woman took care of me after my mum died when I was 14. Before her, there was a Muslim woman taking care of me, because my mum was always dumping me with different people whenever she was going out to hustle. Two years with one person, a year with another person. It was just like that. I didn’t have a normal life, and don’t know if I still have one. The Muslim woman taught me how to pray like them. I attended Islamic lessons and learnt the recitation.
When I met my husband, he said he would support my career and that is what has kept me going till date.We have been married for Two years, but we’ve been dating for about 10 yearsOn the Nigerian mentality
The Nigerian mentality is very low. It made me look like a fool the first time I went to Europe.
The way we see things, especially seeing sex as evil and not even talking about it even though we desire it. Some people think I’m already possessed, but that’s not it. We are not taught honour and there’s just a lot we don’t know.