Popular Ugandan Singer who is known as Vinka, was performing on stage. While she was singing to the crowd at the concert, a man inside the crowd stretched out his hands to touch the middle of her laps. I am sure he didn't know that she would notice, or maybe he was thinking she was carried away with her performance. Immediately he did this shameful act, the singer could be seen kicking him with her legs. She was then held back by two men, as she continued her performance.
The video got a lot of reactions online, as many people applauded her for what she did. However, some people were of the opinion that she received that treatment because ahe dressed inappropriately on stage.
Many people are quick to say that women face harassment just because of the way they dress. This is actually wrong and should be totally condemned. If that man could do such a shameful thing to her while she is on stage, imagine what he can do to an average woman when nobody is watching. What are your thoughts about this? Drop a comment below.
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