Church leaders in the western Mbarara district have come out to condemn a disquieting trend of nudity which is cropping up in the music and arts industry in the area.
Church leaders yesterday called for soul-searching amongst upcoming female artists who seem bent to promote their works only through exposing their bodies.
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Listing a number of female artists who have ‘crossed the bounds’ with their kicky music videos and stage performances, Rev Joy Basemera said something had to be done to reverse the trend.
“What is most disheartening is that these artists are not humble enough to keep their skimpy dress styles in the bars and clubs, but they also bring them to the House of God on Sundays,” she remarked.
She also condemned local media houses especially TV West which broadcasts this “harmful music” without hesitation.
“Our children will be turned into prostitutes by the television sets in our homes!” she added.