Plus-sized Nigerian actress, Monalisa Stephen, has berated her professional colleagues in the skit-making industry for honouring the invitation of Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo.
A piqued Stephen on Friday questioned the need to sit on a roundtable with those 'destroying the country' and still have the audacity to laugh with them.
The fashion designer and model who described herself as 'black sheep' explained that what Nigerians need at the moment is a revolution, adding that there is no hope for the common man who has been left depressed and frustrated.
She said: "You all can label me as the 'Black Sheep' of the family (Skit makers) it's fine
"But when I saw this picture, I was angry, still angry and I see some of you trying to justify it by saying "I went there to talk about endSARS. The talk that the people that have come before us have been talking" where is the change??
"They see us!
"They are online!
"Their children are online!
"You went there to talk instead of bottles to be flying left and right
"Some of you are there, even laughing. What's funny??
"This is not the time to be laughing with them. We need a revolution. We want change. I'm not happy
"The youth of this country are not happy. we are hungry. we are frustrated even if we try to work hard
"Nothing is working, majority of us are depressed, there is no hope for the common man
"Y'all stop all this nonsense of hanging around people destroying us
"As a Nigerian youth, if you can't make a change, fine, but stop adding to the problem
"It's the stupid laugh for me. what's funny???"