A private Ghanaian legal practitioner Gary Nimako, has described the fashion style of young Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Ebony, as 'indecent'.
According to the renowned lawyer, as much as the singer is pursuing her economic interest, sheshould not offend well-meaning Ghanaians with her dressing.
Speaking on Hitz FM in Accra, Lawyer Nimako revealed that the Police Service may be right if they decide to pick her up for her choice of clothing.
“Nobody can deprive anyone of pursuing their economic interests in this country. If you’re a musician and you have to do your performance, you can do it in a manner which is decent and in a manner which will (still) attract your fans,” he said.
The lawyer also added that, “to decide that at any opportunity you get, you will expose one bum or the other or both...or to expose yourself publicly in a manner which is abhorrent, in a manner in which society does not accept, then obviously the law can catch up with you.”
Gary Nimako in his interaction, insisted that the police does not need any official complaint from any individual, if they want to pursue Ebony over indecent exposure.
“They don’t need a complainant in this matter. The public appearances are all there, so if they themselves have seen the videos and come to the conclusion that they must question her, they have the right to call her for questioning,” he said.
The dancehall singer has been widely criticized for her ‘bizarre’ costume on stage and her public appearance.
Ebony recently caused huge stir on various social media platforms after she appeared on stage in a 'bold' outfit that showed off much of the lower part of her body.
Though many have slammed her for her style, the artiste seems to be unremorseful about her 'indecent exposures'.
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