Celebrities Behaving Badly, Music Business

Celebrities Behaving Badly | Lights Out. Did Eva Alordiah Volunteer Too Much Information on Twitter About Herself?

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Eva Alordiah loves the work of a fellow artist Jesse Jagz. While other colleagues would indicate that and leave it at that, Eva takes it a step further by letting us know Jagz’s song makes her want to essentially masturbate, at least that is how many are interpreting her message. Read below and let me know if you think it is this too much information or just an artist freely embracing her sexuality more than the rest of society (USA, UK or Nigeria) cares to, at least in public.

Your thoughts? Eva is one artist whose work, as a female artist, is pretty bold about sex. She doesn’t typically ask permission to express sexuality in her music. She just does it.

Click here to listen to the song.

(NOTE: Hopefully it is clear to you all and for newcomers that this category on AML focuses on branding and what our artists do on social media in furtherance or  to dilute/undermine their brand reach.)

Jesse Jagz EVA Alordiah Masturbation

Eva’s Lights Out

Cheers,
Uduak

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