Kenyan artist Willy Paul recently expressed his dissatisfaction with the behavior of some women who frequently appear on TikTok, engaging in twerking videos. Through his Instagram stories, Willy Paul offered some candid advice to these women, emphasizing that their provocative dancing without a sense of modesty reflects a deep lack of self-respect.
According to the artist, many of these women engage in such behavior in order to gain fame, hoping that artists will notice their videos and repost them. Willy Paul questioned whether these women remember the importance of self-respect when they resort to shaking their hips for public attention.
Furthermore, Willy Paul pointed out that these women may not realize that the image they present to men is what they will be sought after for. He emphasized that their actions could lead to negative consequences and regrettable decisions in the long run.
While acknowledging that there is nothing inherently wrong with dancing and expressing oneself, Willy Paul advised these women to be mindful of the messages they are sending. He concluded by stating that if their goal is to gain attention through provocative dancing, then they should continue, but with an understanding of the potential implications.
This is not the first time Willy Paul has shared his thoughts on TikTok and the behavior of women on Instagram. In February of this year, he cautioned men to be cautious of women who are overly focused on social media. He described women on Instagram and TikTok as toxic and recommended seeking relationships with women from rural areas, suggesting that urban women are “spoiled” and driven solely by materialistic pursuits.
Willy Paul’s opinions reflect his concerns about the influence of social media platforms on societal values and the potential consequences of certain behaviors exhibited online.