Timmy Tdat Apologizes For Undressing Woman And Exposing Her Panties

Timmy Tdat has apologized to the lady he undressed leaving her panties exposed during his performance at Mr Eazi’s concert at Ngong Racecourse. This follows an uproar from the public and increased criticism by Kenyan media.

Timmy Tdat is one of the best reigning artistes in Kenya, and East Africa at large. The singer boasts a number of hits that have gained massive airplay around East Africa. His Kenyan fans actually idolize him, but all that came to a standstill when he undressed a lady who joined him to dance on stage during Mr Eazi’s concert.

Mr Eazi in Nairobi.

It is common at concerts for female fans to join their favorite artistes on stage, and that is exactly what happened when Timmy Tdat started his performance on the night. A random fan from the crowd joined him on stage to dance with him during his performance. She pulled off some erotic moves which must have enticed the rapper.

Timmy Tdat.

Timmy grabbed the woman’s dress and lifted it up in the air exposing her entire lower body. The woman’s panties and butt were all left out in the open, very much to the loud cheers from the crowds. The seemingly embarrassed woman however continued dancing and actually turned around and jumped, legs wide open, onto Timmy’s body.

As expected, there were people recording the entire scene and they quickly posted the video on their social media platforms. This led to an uproar from many females on social media and from the public, especially women activists terming it as; disrespectful, disgusting and unacceptable. Some media personalities also condemned Timmy Tdat’s act saying it was such a disgrace to the female gender, and a bad representation of Kenya as a country since the show involved visiting artistes from other countries.

Anyiko Owoko strongly condemned Timmy’s actions.

Notably, Anyiko Owoko, a renown PR and radio personality was quick to condemn Timmy on her social media saying;

I will be the first to correct something that I find wrong. I am sick and tired of male artistes mishandling women on stage, and what Timmy T Dat has done at his performance at Mr Eazi’s concert is unacceptable, disgusting and disrespectful!

 

Timmy Tdat has since kept a low profile about the issue and only came out to apologize for his actions. While on an interview, the ‘Kasabun’ singer had this to say;

I want to take responsibility for what happened because I was in charge and could have controlled everything that happens on stage. I could have taken control of the situation. The crowd charged me, we were overwhelmed. I take full responsibility, I apologize to the girl in the question. I apologize kwa maboy child for not representing them well, and I apologize for kwa mafans.

Do you forgive him?

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