Photos: “Lasgidi Chick” Maheeda Ready for a NUDITY Showdown as She Samples Tyga’s RACK CITY Beat

I recently wrote a post asking whether Nigerian gospel artist turned _________ (I don’t know what she is now), Maheeda, was suffering from PTSD and/or Bipolar. You can read it here. A few days after that post, Maheeda launches some new pictures from her video shoot for her latest and second music video titled ‘Lasgidi chick.’

These photos clearly say she is ready for a nudity showdown and the industry has not heard the last from her. She seems to have taken a bit more interest in spicing up her costume. Hmm . . perhaps she read my post on the “Naija Bad Girl” awesomely bad video. In any event carry on Maheeda. This is probably my last entry on this woman. I just don’t believe I should use my platform to give her any more attention.

Goodluck to you Maeehda, do be sure to sort out the copyright clearance for that Rack City sample, if you haven’t already.

Stay in school kids, that is all I have to say.  .  .I like that she at least helps brand NBC.


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