Bisola Aiyeola Explains Why She Refused To Give 15 12 months Previous Daughter A Telephone


Nigerian actress, singer and actuality TV persona, Bisola Aiyeola, has defended her option to forbid her teenage daughter, Leyla from utilizing cellphones.

Bisola acknowledged that she has refused to permit Leyla, who turned 15 on June 12, 2024, to make use of a telephone since she started college, and that this can proceed till the woman reaches the age of 16.

The previous Huge Brother Naija participant made the disclosure on a current episode of “Mums Subsequent Door” alongside actuality star Maria Chike Benjamin, the place she additionally addressed criticism about her parenting strategy.

Regardless of social media criticism, the mom of 1 acknowledged that she stands by her choice and that her baby can entry a laptop computer for schooling and work together with buddies utilizing Zoom.

Bisola additionally recounted discovering that Leyla had opened a sensible chat account on her laptop computer, which resulted in an extension of the telephone ban for one more yr.

She stated: “Sure, I’ve been judged by my parenting expertise. So, my daughter turned 15 this yr and nonetheless doesn’t have a telephone. I’ve been fairly strict with that a part of her life, and she or he begged. I advised her she wouldn’t have a telephone until she was 16, so she nonetheless had another yr to go. And folks have been asking me, like, what if there may be an emergency?

“Wouldn’t she be behind her pairs and all, however she has a laptop computer for varsity work? If her buddies want to speak to her, they’ll name her on Zoom. Generally, folks really feel like I’m overdoing it, or I’m attempting to be overprotective, and I’m like, properly, that’s your enterprise.

“There was a time I discovered she opened a sensible chat account on a laptop computer, and I used to be like, how? I disciplined her, which made me prolong her telephone utilization by a yr as a result of she was presupposed to get it this yr at 15.”

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