R&B songstress Knowles Butera has counseled fellow female artists to always respect and value their dignity and avoid falling in traps of sex corrupted individuals in the music industry.
The Nzabampari singer said this on a local radio station while explaining challenges encountered by female musicians in music industry.
While speaking to Rwandashow.com, singer Knowless explained in details about sex corruption in music industry.
“I heard it in news but some girls also make it easy for sex exploiters in the industry to boost their music career in a quick way,” said Knowless Butera.
Journalists, music promoters, deejays and producers have been alleged for sexually exploiting upcoming female artists although no female musician has come out to share her story in public.
This is one of the fundamental problems that hinders the increase of female musicans in music industry.
Offering sex in exchange of any service is punishable by the Rwandan law. The law punishes both parties involved in the act.
Knowles is one of the best female artists in Rwanda and over a decade, she has replaced singer Miss Jojo, who gave music a break.
The Nzabampari star boasts of songs like Baramushaka, Byarakomeye, Follow you and more.