Azawi Brags About Her Sexiness, Claims No Woman Can Rival Her if She Undresses

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Azawi Brags About Her Sexiness, Claims No Woman Can Rival Her if She Undresses

Swangz Avenue singer Azawi-born Priscilla Zawedde has bragged about her sexiness, revealing that no woman may rival her if she undresses. Over th

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Swangz Avenue singer Azawi-born Priscilla Zawedde has bragged about her sexiness, revealing that no woman may rival her if she undresses.

Over the years, Azawi has faced criticism regarding her fashion choices with some claiming it doesn’t align with feminist principles.

While addressing the claims recently at the Sankofa album listeners’ party, Azawi disclosed that her fashion style has nothing to do with her sexuality, pointing out that she has seen people who are famines but their sexuality depicts something one wouldn’t expect.

Azawi stressed that opting for African prints, buggy pants, sneakers and rarely wearing heels and dresses doesn’t take away the fact that she has a well-endowed body.

I want you to tell me where was it written that women and men have to dress in a such kind of way. Those are cultures we found and this generation is about changing the stereotype, changing those things people got used to. Azawi noted.

She claimed that she possesses an alluring physique, attributing it to her flawless creation and the inheritance of all necessary feminine attributes from her mother.

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Azawi proceeded to boast about possessing an exceedingly attractive physique that any man would deem ideal in a woman. However, she prefers concealing her body in long attires as a means of self-respect.

I don’t want to confuse my fans, because they have loved my brand which many deem doesn’t promote feminism. Me I know I am a woman. If I wake up one day and I undress and other women you see wearing skimpy attires, you may not want to look at them as you may prefer my sexy body. I know I have a nice sexy body created perfectly, my mother produced me and gave me everything. I want you to tell me where was it written that women and men have to dress in a such kind of way.

Those are cultures we found and this generation is about changing the stereotype, changing those things people got used to. But I like wearing African prints, buggy pants, and sneakers. I wouldn’t lie to you that I fancy heels, maybe because I am tall I don’t know. I wear dresses or heels on a wedding gig and on a client’s request.

My style has nothing to do with my sexuality because I have seen people who are famines but their sexuality depicts something you don’t expect.

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