Kiss Daniel Explains The ‘Stop Touching’ Part In His Song, YEBA

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Kiss Daniel having issues with G-worldwide Entertainment

Talented Nigerian musician, who recently floated his record label, Flyboy Inc., has reacted to claims that his hit song ‘Yeba’ is promoting se~xual assault.

Over the weekend, there were reports flying around that Yeba released a song that supports ra~pe.

However, the singer on Saturday via his Twitter page said the song contrary to reports advised men to yield to a lady’s refusal of s~ex rather than force her.

According to him, the song teaches young ladies to speak up against unconsented sex.

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He wrote

“The song teaches our ladies to speak out against what they haven’t consented to and for men o realise that if a lady says No, it means No to s~ex.

“Apologise and don’t go further, hence the reply by the guy…’sorry madam.’‎

“The fact that a lady agrees to dance with you doesn’t translate to se~xual consent.”

Ibukun Adebanjo

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