Choc City Kenyan Singer, Victoria Kimani Condemns Indecent Acts
What are your views on nudity?
We were born naked, then we realised that we were naked. In some villages around the world, nudity is normal; in a religious society, nudity of any kind is a sin. So, nudity is a personal preference and sometimes a Godly calling. I believe there’s nothing wrong with nudity. It’s the
evil and sinful thoughts that people think that need to be controlled.
How far can you go with showing your skin as far as your music is concerned?
My music will take me very far, not showing skin. That can only take you so far. I wear what I am comfortable in, depending on my surroundings. Fashion is another way of living and expressing art.
As a girl with a curvy body, I like to celebrate my blessings while I’m still young enough and in shape enough to do so. That doesn’t mean showing skin. Whether I’m dressed in a nun’s gown or in a bathing suit, someone will still oppose, and have an evil thought