Karole Kasita, a singer, does not believe that clothing revealingly encourages fans to sexually assault artists, and she says she will continue to wear what she wants.
Many musicians, including Martha Mukisa, Chozen Blood, Winnie Nwagi, and Vinka, have been sexually attacked by fans while performing in recent months.
Martha Mukisa recently had to interrupt her performance in Masaka after a fan put out their hand and groped her private parts.
In response to the ongoing harassment, Karole, who turned 33 on Monday, stated that access to performers during concerts should be regulated.
“Concert organizers must find a mechanism to prevent fans’ easy access to the performers.” “During these performances, a gap should be created,” Karole Kasita said to NBS TV.
She also urged her supporters to keep their emotions in check before promising that she will continue to wear how she pleases.
Fans must come and watch us perform in a courteous manner. They are not required to interact with the artists. When people suggest that such acts occurred because we wear immodestly, it encourages fans to harass artists even more. I’m not going to stop wearing what I want because of a few misbehaving fans.