Moonchild lashes out at radio stations for refusing to play 'Askies'

Moonchild lashes out at radio stations for refusing to play 'Askies'

- Moonchild is livid that Mzansi radio stations are refusing to play her new song Askies

- Moonchild said it is hypocritical to say Askies is too explicit when the same radio stations play much more explicit content from the States

- The house musician has called on all her fans to write into stations and urge them to play Askies

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Moonchild has had it with Mzansi radio stations refusing to play her latest song, Askies, because they claim it is too explicit.

The star posted a passionate video to her Twitter account highlighting the hypocrisy of radio stations that have no problem playing international songs that objectify women, but don't want to flight her body-positive track.

Moonchild also pointed out that Askies is not at all explicit.

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She asked, "Where the hell am I swearing in that song?"

Moonchild encouraged her fans and followers to write into radio stations and ask them to play Askies, as it's a song that celebrates all body types and contributes to building confidence in women and kids who don't fit the media standard of fitness.

Thandiswa Mazwai agreed wholeheartedly with Moonchild's message.

She wrote, "I'm with you sis! I love your energy and spirit. I love that you have politicised the right for women to not only own their bodies, but also their sexuality and modes of engaging it. If they want a clean, they must say so and be clear what is acceptable."

Moonchild has always been adamant about celebrating women's bodies, but it's something that the public is sometimes sceptical of.

Last year, reported that she launched a twerking challenge that was met with mixed reactions.

Still, the stunner keeps doing her thing and has even repped Mzansi on a song with Beyonce.

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