Her dresscode is pleasing to socialite Judith Heard, who begs followers not to be disturbed because it corresponds to her musical style. (Winnie Nwagi’s dress code is something I would never urgeher to change “Judith Heard)
Winnie Nwagi has long been known as one of the superstars with the most revealing outfits and filthy stage acts.
This is how she feels at ease, and she looks incredible to me. I would never advise Winnie Nwagi to adjust her dress code…
Judith Heard, a socialite and model, believes that people must learn to respect celebrities in their natural habitats.
“I get to decide how I want to appear. You’ll look at me and admire me because I’m a star, but can you admire me when I’m in my element? “We all dress differently, and every woman should be valued regardless of how she dresses,” JH remarked.
Judith Heard expressed her admiration for Nwagi’s style and stated that she would never ask her to modify it because it corresponds to the type of music she performs.
She highlighted that the Firebaby’s dresscode should not upset supporters as long as she is comfortable with it.
“If Winnie Nwagi is a dancehall queen, why should her outfit upset you?” This is how she feels at ease, and she looks incredible to me. I would never urge Winnie Nwagi to change her dress code for anything because it is part of her career and the type of music she performs,” JH continued.
Judith Heard also stated that the musicians’ revealing attire should not be used as a justification for fans to assault them sexually.
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Rema’s own life revolves around wedding music. She can wear as she wants, Winnie may dress however she wants, and I can dress however I want. Everyone should be allowed to be who they want to be and dress however they want to dress, but it doesn’t mean you can sexually harass them. It shouldn’t matter what we wear.” Judith Heard” (Winnie Nwagi’s dress code is something I would never urgeher to change “Judith Heard- celebrity jazz ug)