As you may already know, controversy and drama always seems to follow our favorite Ugandan songstress like a shadow.
And while we had thought that this may change any time soon, it seems things are getting even messier and messier for Sheebah Karungi.
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Just recently the controversial star took to her Twitter to add her voice to a conversation that was already ongoing online, about how women have always been blamed for setting themselves up for s3xual harassment, by wearing revealing clothing.
The netizen who had begun the already heated debate was putting the society on blast saying that women should be respected no matter what type of way they have chosen to dress, and it seems Sheebah too, had a passionate contribution to the conversation.
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Resharing the post on her timeline, Sheebah cosigned the message saying. “Don’t tell women how to dress… Tell men how to respect women and their bodies”
As you can already imagine, it is safe to assume that the reason the songstress is so passionate about this topic is because she too has been placed under a lot of public scrutiny because of her mode of dressing, not to forget her sensational performance on stage.
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Well, taking to the comment section, one might have actually thought that tweeps and her fans would back her up saying that what she is venting about is true, but the reactions were the complete opposite.
This is after netizens decided to put her on blast instead, saying that the artist was in no position to lecture men on how to treat women when she herself is always constantly parading her body for all the world to see.
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In fact, many of them seem to agree that it is not about how a woman dresses, rather about how they carry themselves that can sometimes be misinterpreted and sent the wrong signals.
It got messier when one of the tweeps was brave enough to accuse her of s3xually harassing many others directly or indirectly because of her dressing.
To think that it was only one person who shared in these same feelings, another tweep showed up saying, “Does she know how many people's sons have been sexually assaulted by her?? She should shut her mouth and swallow silently…”
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From the look and the tone of these hateful comments, one might actually think that these tweeps have a personal vendetta against Sheebah because what they are saying about her surely cannot be true.
Sheebah is yet to respond to these comments, but knowing her and how she is already used to being on the receiving end of such negativity, high chances are, she won’t say a thing.
What do you think? Should Sheebah also be held accountable for her own mode of dressing?
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