Sheebah has been in the news this whole week for indecent dressing. This became more critical after she performed in a number of schools in short dresses.
This even saw some Parliamentarians call her out for this dressing. Others have also criticized the singer for gracing schools in such wear. She was told to always know her type of audience and dress accordingly.
She however furiously appeared in the media and hit back at her critics. The singer said that people should stop giving her parental responsibilities.
She further said that it’s not her role to groom other people’s children because she hasn’t given birth herself.
Furthermore, the singer said that no one was there for her when she was all alone and suffering to grow up. And after finding success, people now want to tell her how to live.
An unapologetic Sheebah added that by the time she leaves home, she knows that she’s smart regardless of her wear.
“These artists should know that we love finished products. For instance, Azawi was in Kika troupe, Nwagi was number 3 in Coca-Cola rated next but nobody looked for them until Swangz came out. We haven’t stopped Sheebah and Lydia Jazmine from wearing what they want. It’s because we enjoy their music and therefore decided to tolerate their indecency.
What we don’t want is them coming to sound funny and fake explanations to us about not wanting to be told what to do. Whoever doesn’t want to be talked about remained in their mother’s womb or died or remained at their home. We are entitled to question and criticize everyone in the public,” said Kasuku.
He also said that these singers should know that a law bans indecency. Therefore one day one time they might be summoned to Parliament to answer for their indecency in schools. And because of their utterances which will have already created bias, they might fail to get a fair hearing.
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