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Nigerian singer and performer, Kiss Daniel has reacted to widespread claims that that his hit single 'Yeba' promotes sexual assault and should be banned. The sensational singer who took to his verified Twitter handle to react to the claims debunked the report and explained that contrary to reports, the song teaches ladies to speak out against harassment.


His tweets read;


“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 sex. 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 sexual consent.”


Recall that on Saturday, the social media was awash with claims that the Singer was promoting rape and sexual assault.


The song was released in September 2017.

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