Tanzanian singer-songwriter Amberlulu took to her Instagram page to share the above photo.
Woe unto her netizens did not spare her as they were on her comments criticizing and making jokes on her dress code and sitting posture.
There has been a trend going on online of netizens zooming on their celebrities pictures and this time round they were on Amber Lulu's case.
Most netizens on her comment section zoomed in on her photo and felt disgusted by her saying what is she trying to expose on socia media wearing clothes that are revealing bearing in mind she is a musician who has young girls as her followers.
In the photo netizens saw her skin on her lower body (hips area) and felt disgusted. Most of them were Tanzanians who trolled her for lack of morals and criticized her for posting the photo just to gain likes and attention from "sugar daddies."
Celebrities are human beings and they are not perfect. Do you think netizens should now stop this habit of zooming their photos and demanding them to have good morals for the sake of the society?
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