“Too hot to handle, too cold to freeze as temperatures decrease,” is one bar that Kikky Bada$$ should borrow in her next song after what happened to her in Bulawayo last weekend.
During and after her set at Bulawayo’s premium nightclub Cosmopolitan she did not just have men eating from her hand, they wanted a piece of her and she was pissed off.
“Those men are just perverts, they made me feel really uncomfortable in my own body,” she said. After she finished her Magate performance with Enzo Ishall she stepped off stage and clumsy hands tried to feel her.
“Get off me, get the F** off me!” she shouted.
The award winning female rapper says it was not the first time men tried to grab her behind, but this time it was extreme for her.
“I get such behaviours from men almost everywhere I go but Bulawayo men took it too far. I know I have a very enticing body but it’s not a passport for men to do what they want with it. They must respect me the way they respect their mothers or sisters,” she added.
She was going to teach them a lesson.
“It was sexual harassment. I would have probably punched one of them or got them arrested if given a chance just to teach the rest a lesson,” she said.
Kikky feels it’s very unfair for men to view women in entertainment as public property.
“We are not public property; we don’t want a stranger having their hands all over our bodies, it’s really creepy,” she added.
In 2016, vivacious American rapper Nicki Minaj was sexually assaulted during a performance where she “twerked too close to the crowd”.