Nigerian female gospel singer, Kenny Saint Best popularly known as KSB has gone tough on Mavin Records boss, Don Jazzy and his artiste, Wande Coal over the latter's alleged X-rated content in his new music video 'Go Low'.
The gospel artiste, who could not hide her reservation on the music video, lashed out at Don Jazzy and Wande Coal accusing them of increasing rape cases in Nigeria.
She further asked them to stop bringing back nudity into Nigerian music videos, which she said had stopped and stop contributing to rape cases or get stopped by God. She told them that God has taken them this far and should not misuse the privilege and become an element for destroying the society with adult contents.
According to KSB, "Naked girl in Wande Coal's new is a thumb down from me. We have kids watching. You are bringing nudity back to Nigerian [music] videos to increase cases of rape in our society. It has stopped. Please stop it."
"We don't want rape cases to increase. Please Wande Coal and Don Jazzy, stop this nudity in your videos before God stops you. My dear brother (Wande Coal), the mercy and the favour of God were the elements that brought you this far, not nude girls in your video. I say NO to NUDITY."