Female rapper Rosa Ree landed in trouble with authorities in Tanzania after appearing naked in “Vitamin U” a video she was featured in by Timmy Tdat.
On Tuesday, Rosa was summoned to appear before the Tanzania Film Board to explain her actions. Minutes later, she came out with an apology, stating that she had learnt a lot from the discussion they had and won’t repeat the mistake again.
“Radhi. Ningependa kuomba radhi kwa waliokwazwa na ile video iliyosambaa mtandaoni. Leo hii nimefurahi kukutana na Bodi ya Filamu Tanzania 🇹🇿 @tanzania_film_board na wamenielimisha mengi kuhusiana na sanaa na kanuni zake. Tutaendelea kufanya kazi pamoja ili kuweza kuifikisha sanaa ya Tanzania mbali Zaidi. From now kazi zangu zitakuwa up to standards,” wrote Rosa Ree.
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The Video in question has already been pulled down from YouTube.
Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua, had also reached out to YouTube Management to only make the “Vitami U” and Tarimbo Videos (Ethic) available to people who don’t use the restricted mode on YouTube.
Restricted Mode (Safe Mode) is an optional setting on YouTube that helps screen out potentially mature content that one doesn’t wish to see.
Mr Mutua went on to say that the KFCB board was vigilant to ensure to that such kind of unpalatable content was not accessible to children.
“We urge parents and responsible adults to support our campaigns to protect children from exposure to harmful content and to monitor what kids are watching during the holidays,” said Mutua.