Kenyan and Chocolate City singer, Victoria Kimani shared the above photo on her Instagram with a caption which summarized how people pointed at female entertainers in Africa in an unusual way, she urged people to respect them instead.
Read her full caption below;
“People need to start respecting female entertainers, presenters, Actors, artists, Models, dancers, business women , PR, managers , PA,s, singers, stylists , DJ’s , designers…and Generally all positions in the Entertainment field in Africa…. The amount of negativity, rumors, gossip, assumptions, judgement , hypocrisy , Threats and over all evil eye that is pointed towards These particular women is out of this world!
NO!! Just because I’m a female doesn’t mean I work for free!! NO! Just because I’m a business woman with standards doesn’t make me a Bi$(h …. Yes… If I want to date someone that’s A.) My business and B.) Up to my better judgement on who I want to invite into my life. C.) It’s complicated …. AND ….NO…. Just because I am singing to you in a cute outfit on stage and on your TV… Does NOT MAKE ME A PROSTITUTE … There are too many People praying for me … For me to fall into the hands of the ENEMY so freely and easily …. I work DAMN hard … I have been working on, dreaming about, planning for, building towards, sweating , crying, praying , waiting for, lost friends , faced loneliness , looked stupid, hated on, sabotaged , made mistakes , been under-rated and still raise up and be THE BADDEST … I respect ME… I LOVE ME….I’m Extremely Proud of me … And I respect YOU and Love you too. Respect the grind and go get yours too! #OneLove #AFRICAmustWakeUP #RESPECTtheWOMANonHERgrind#STRONGgirl