Showing my breasts at VGMAs shows ‘I’m confident, strong, artistic’ – Hamamat
Former Miss Malaika winner Hamamat Montia, who apologised for exposing her breasts at the recently-held Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), has now defended her nudity saying it shows she has confidence and strength.
“You can look at nudity in different ways; you can look at it as strength and confidence or you can look at it [and say]: ‘Awww that’s nasty!’ I don’t think it’s nasty; a human body is not nasty. And if somebody is strong enough to show a part of them that has not been covered, for me that’s confidence and that should be seen as art.
“[…] Every situation has a negative and a positive, so, if what we are good at is focusing on the negative, then we shouldn’t complain about where we are,” she told Joy News.