Nigerian music producer, talent manager and record label owner, Don Jazzy, has cried out about something he finds very uncomfortable and offensive.
What is it that Don Jazzy does not like?
The silhouette challenge is a dance or movement routine where ladies, initially dressed down while vibing to Paul Anka’s 1987 song, ‘Put Your Head On My Shoulder’ and stripping when Doja Cats’ 2019 song, ‘Streets’ comes on.
The women perform their dance moves shrouded in red light (or with the use of a red Snapchat filter), with the manner of lighting arranged in such a way that viewers only see the silhouettes of their naked bodies.
Although the red light should only show the silhouette, the wrong shade of red or wrongly implemented lighting, as observed in some of the videos, means people can see more than just a silhouette.
What even makes the trend more exciting are speculations that with the aid of virtual reality, viewers can see beneath the red lights.
Taking to Twitter, Don Jazzy proceeded to warn the women who sent him their erotic challenge videos in the DM to desist from it, as he is also in a relationship.