1.Niccah The QueenShe is a gorgeous Kenyan damsel graced with a killer body figure.Niccah is a re-known gospel artist with great hits such as,'Ushuhuda' 'Pagawisha' among others.What draws the attention of many to her however is her dressing code.She occasionally class in fitting attires that flaunt her curves.This has seen some critics throw her blasts for dressing in an 'ungodly' way.
2.Babeth LandoPinela is a pretty lady hailing from Congo. She is a gospel singer,model as well as a personal fitness trainer.She got introduced into their church choir at such a young age and this is where she began her singing career. In line with his modelling and fitness training job,she occasionally steps out in garmets revealing much flesh. This has seen her be subject to critisism from some conservatives who view her dressing code as seductive.
She is a Tanzanian top gospel artist with hit songs such as 'nimebaki.'What many disagree with her however is the way she dressed others terming it as extremely secular.One of her most notable photos that went viral online was one she was in a tight red min dress while singing on the church's pulpit.What is your take about clothing and religion? Kindly drop in your comments as you like, share and follow this channel for more exclusive articles.
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