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Vulgar Nigerian-American rapper turns gospel singer

Vulgar Nigerian-American rapper turns gospel singer

By Ekaete Bassey

Nigerian-American rapper, Princess Vitarah, who is known for vulgarity of her lyrics, has announced she is rebranding.

She noted there is no need to sexualise herself in a bid to be appreciated and celebrated.

Princess Vitarah’s decision comes after top Nigerian singer, Chidinma Ekile announced her switch from secular to gospel music and D’Banj declaring that he is now a born again.

The 23-year-old rapper tweeted:”I deleted all my old music and I am rebranding myself. I don’t have to hypersexualize myself in order to be successful.”

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She has also released a video for one of her new songs, which advise ladies to shun nudity and loose lifestyles.

Princess Vitarah began her career by releasing music via the internet in early 2016.

She earned public recognition after her song “Nigerian Pssy” went viral on video-sharing sites like YouTube and Facebook, receiving 4 million views in the first day alone.

She has been featured in many prominent publications including Vice, The Fader, and XXL.

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