Media personality Grace Msalame might be heading to court soon after Ministry of Tourism in Uganda used her photo to promote a curvy ladies’ event.
Msalame took to Twitter to share that MissCurvyUganda2019 has used her photo to promote the pageant without her consent.
“I take great exception to the fact that my image and likeness are being used to propagate, disseminate and encourage the objectification of women’s bodies. I do not endorse or agree with such a message,” her statement read.
Women who are blessed
The law suit comes just days after Uganda announced that it’s planning to use it’s curvy women as a tourist attraction. According to Tourism Minister Godfrey Kiwanda, the country has well endowed women and the nation plans to capitalize on that.
Grace, however, doesn’t understand why they have used her image if that’s so.
“Miss Curvy Uganda’s deliberate and calculated use of my image and likeliness to promote and encourage violation of women’s bodies has defamed my character and reputation, damaged a brand I have worked for many years to establish, and subjected me to unwarranted and undeserved cyber bullying,” she went on.
— Grace S Msalame (@GraceMsalame) February 7, 2019
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