Babcock University student’s sex tape: What is your take?
By Guardian Exclusive
26 November 2019 | 8:37 am
A sex tape featuring two students was recently leaked and subsequently went viral, leading to the expulsion of the lady in the video by Babcock University. Not everyone is happy with the varsity’s decision though. What’s your take? Drop your comments below and don’t forget to watch the full video at our YouTube channel, Guardian Nigeria.
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