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Timmy Tdat features girl in dress-lifting incident in latest video (Photos)

The dress-lifting incident took place at Mr Eazie's concert.

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This is after he pulled up a girl’s dress exposing her undergarments to the crowd.

While the audience was outraged, the girl was not and continued dancing like nothing had happened. She even hopped on him before she was laid down on the speakers for another raunchy dance.

Act condemned

The outrage did not stop at the concert and some of those who attended the concert took to Twitter to condemn the act among them former Sauti Sol Publicist, Anyiko Owoko.

Timmy later apologised over the incident by saying “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 kwa mafans.”

Video vixen

After the occurrence, not much has been heard from the lady until recently when she became a star attraction as a vixen in Timmy Tdat’s ‘Ingoje’.

The two seem to have patched things up and she got to show off her dancing skills and ability to do the splits in the video.

In the video, the dreadlock-ed lady wears a tribal jumpsuit and some vans, an outfit she wore during Kranium’s concert which was the night before Eazi’s.

Speaking to Pulse Live Timmy Tdat confirmed that she was the lady in the infamous stage incident and he gave her a platform in the ‘Ingoje’ video as she was interested in featuring in a video.

The lady is not the only new face that shone in the ‘Ingoje’ video. He launched the career of four artistes from various counties namely Achicho Dimples (the only lady), Arrown Spearz,Lox De Chiz,Rowen Nino after an intensive search on social media.

When Timmy released Kitambo, he followed it up with an instrumental and asked people to rap/sing over the beat and whoever won would be given a platform to shine in a new video.

So what inspired Timmy to reach out and take a chance on previously unknown artistes?

“I just came to realize that there are many talented people out there and they just don’t have a platform or exposure but given a chance, they can also make hits. I’ll mentor these new artistes as much as I can but for now, I’ll concentrate on building the brand of one of them.” He revealed.

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