Skeng finds himself in another unsavoury discussion about his performance. Unlike all the other times he attracted criticism for his stage presence being overly theatrical, this time he was thrown in the spotlight for using inappropriate language at a school event.
The Protocol deejay is well known for songs that contain explicit lyrical content, and some of these popular tracks were what he belted out at the primary school. Despite performing for a swarm of children most of whom were screaming and singing along, Skeng did not omit the inappropriate lyrics from his songs.
In footages that are making the rounds, Skeng was seen performing songs such as Shalalala, during which he belted out “there’s a bad btch in the ring,” and Smood Wid It, in which he said, “We up deh yeah, we full a f*kry.”
Aside from having his young audience excstatic for his songs, Skeng also had the youths going wild when he threw money into the crowd.
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One IG user reacted by writing, “This is getting out of hand . The government or some higher up need to take a stand. I would not be happy to know my child is being exposed to this type of behavior and language at school of all places; my poor 7 years old like what braaah.” Another person commented, “Den him couldn’t edit him mouth 😂😂😂.”
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