Nudity in music videos won’t hurt anyone – Cina Soul

Ghanaian singer, songwriter and recording artiste, Christie Quincyna Quarcoopome also known in showbiz as Cina Soul has urged the public to stop criticizing women who go naked or do semi nudes in music videos, be it artistes or video vixens.

According to her, going naked in music videos is nothing new and therefore people should be allowed to dress in a way they want.

She made the comments on Atinka TV‘s entertainment show, Juke Box hosted by Nana Adwoa Annan and DJ Don stiga.

Cina Soul was of the view that the public was being so harsh on women who do nudes in music videos, saying that the public should allow the ladies to wear whatever they want since it won’t hurt anyone.

“We used to walk around naked, we used to wear clothes. Our ancestors used to just tie pieces of cloths around their bodies and walk around, I don’t see any difference. I feel like we are just being very harsh. Sometimes we are very harsh, we are overthinking things very much. If someone wants to wear that on TV, let them wear, let people do whatever they want,” she said.

She continued that, “They want to go naked in their music videos, it is their music video, it is their money, it is their life and it won’t hurt anyone’s pocket, if it is them, let them do whatever they want to do. Let people enjoy things.”

Meanwhile, Cina Soul admitted that most of the music videos are dope, adding that the visuals are good as well as the ladies who mostly go naked.

Cina Soul was born and raised in Kokomlemle, Ghana, Accra to Ghanaian parents and hails from Jamestown in Accra.

She is a native of the Ga Tribe of Ghana. Cina Soul had her Junior High school at Deyoungsters International School and Senior high school education at Aburi Girls Senior High School and continued to study psychology and archaeology at the University of Ghana.

She is known for her popular traditional song, Ojorley, killi mi and Die 4 U.

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