CDQ Slams Ladies Engaging In #SilhouetteChallenge, Calls Them Prostitutes

Talented Nigerian rapper and singer Sodiq Abubakar Yusu popularly known as CDQ has condemned the silhouette challenge, saying any lady who does it is a prostitute.

Recall that the #SilhouetteChallenge had stirred a lot of controversy on the social media space, while many were bashing the participants, others demanded that they be left to do whatever they love with their bodies.


CDQ saved his reaction for the last and has taken to Twitter to air his opinion.

According to him, any lady who jumps on the challenge is a sexual worker.

“Pls what’s this mumu mumu boro boro devilish tin our ladies doing online now.

“Any lady that jumps on that retarded #SilhouetteChallenge thing na ogbontarigi ashawo right from time wey just see Avenue to exhibit her work eyin adojuti molebi”.

he wrote in a tweet he has not taken down..

Ladies Doing #SilhouetteChallenge Are Prostitutes - CDQPhotos Credit: Getty

 

About CDQ

Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf, popularly known by his stage name CDQ, is a Nigerian indigenous hip-hop rapper and songwriter.

He is best known for his single “Nowo E Soke” featuring Wizkid and Masterkraft’s Indomie where he was featured alongside Olamide.

Silhouette challenge

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The so-called “Silhouette Challenge” often shows people in their normal attire then switches to a red filter showing their silhouette.
The issue is some people have figured out how to remove that filter and expose what the person was or was not wearing under the silhouette.

What is the #SilhouetteChallenge?

The viral challenge has had many people mesmerized as women, and some men, show off their figures with the help of a red light filter and a doorway. The person starts the video off with a smooth Paul Anka song before transitioning into “Streets” by Doja Cat. They then strip down and strike different poses to show their curves’ silhouette with the red filter’s help.

While the #BussItChallenge showed women transforming and putting on their best clothes with full-on glam, this trend strips the person down to focus solely on their shapes and their silhouettes. The challenge requires participants to film two separate videos of themselves and then combine them while using audio from TikTok. The videos start with the person standing in front of the camera in regular lighting while wearing casual clothes, with some choosing to wear robes and pajamas, as Anka sings, “Put your hand on my shoulder.”

The music then transitions into the “Streets” beat, and the camera filter turns red. The lighting perfectly shows off every curve as the participants strike different poses while standing in a doorway using an outside light source to create a shadow effect. Some chose to do it fully nude, leaving little to the imagination, while others wore underwear or bikinis.

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