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Gravity Omutujju, Shakiraa Shakirah

Uganda Medical Association wants Gravity Omutujju’s new song “Doozi” banned on moral grounds

Doctors under their umbrella the Uganda Medical Association have expressed discontent with rapper Gravity Omutujju and Shakira Shakira’s new song “Doozi.”

A few days back Gravity Omutujju disseminated photos promoting his just premiered “Doozi” song video featuring fellow singer Shakiraa Shakirah as the vixen.

In the song, Gravity Omutujju takes the doctor role, clad in a clinical court, and a stethoscope as he examines Shakiraa Shakirah.

Additionally, Shakiraa can be seen bending in a sexually arousing manner, before seductively complaining about the discomfort that comes with the rapper’s medical expertise.

However, according to the Uganda Medical Association, the song has been deemed morally inappropriate.

Gravity Omutujju, Shakiraa Shakirah

During a press conference, the association revealed that the photos and video of Gravity Omutujju’s song looks ugly and as a profession, they feel like their profession is being abused.

It’s as if these people are trying to portray that this is what we do to people’s women when they come to our examining rooms which is not good.

The Uganda Medical Association chairman Dr. Kaweru intends to issue a letter to the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) regarding the matter, and they want the song banned on moral grounds.

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There are pictures of musicians circulating on social media, which are not looking good, where one of the musicians holds something that looks like a needle, and holding a woman bending in a way that is very uncomfortable and this musician is putting on a clinical court and a stethoscope and is portraying as is examining the woman who bending against him and it looks ugly against us as a profession we feel like our profession is being abused. It’s as if these people are trying to portray that this is what we do to people’s women when they come to our examining rooms which is not good. I was talking to our chairman ethics and professionalism Dr. Kaweru and we are working on a letter that we are going to send UCC. We are sorry for the musicians I don’t know if the song is already out or not yet but we are going to request for this song to be banned on moral grounds

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