Bulawayo diva cries s.e.xual exploitation.
Bulawayo Afrofusion diva Linda Nyauchi better known as Lee McHoney has bemoaned the ‘pervy’ behaviour of male counterparts in the showbiz pleading with them to stop exploiting females.
With many female musicians striving to etch their names onto the cutthroat music industry, they fall prey to males who supposedly have big names. She is one of the many victims in the showbiz where males’ heads are filled with the notion of bedding female musicians in exchange for assistance.
In an interview, the sultry songbird said male counterparts should not solicit for s.e.xual favours in return for the help they would have offered. “I think guys in the industry or people in higher authorities should just stop exploiting females for their benefit. I know I am talented and they are talented as much but it doesn’t mean I should give them what they want because I am talented and they need to help me.
I am not saying I am entitled to their help but I mean do not come fronting to help me then try to get s.e.xual favours from me,” said Lee McHoney. The Wakandinyepera hitmaker noted the awkwardness of raising someone’s hopes only to s.e.xually harass females.
“Ok, you do this when someone starts calling you ‘Hey babe, can we meet in my hotel room.’ It’s wrong. We should be strictly professional. Males in the industry should have discipline and stop chasing us to satisfy their own desire using their names. Its also difficult for us as females because I have a lot to deal with,” she said.
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