Tanzania´s Goddess of rap, Rosa Ree has finally been granted a conditional reprieve following her explicit ¨Vitamin U¨ video with Kenya´s Timmy T Dat.
The bongo rapper appealed the November ban imposed on her by Barasa La Sanaa La Tanzania for going against the law in regard to her music content.
The Music Regulatory board had barred the Tanzanian femcee from proceeding with her music art for a whole 6 months after the explicit production.
Fortunately, her appeal went through with BASATA reconsidering their earlier decision and allowing the female rapper to continue with her music career, but on conditions.
In a letter addressed to Rosa Ree, BARASA affirmed that her appeal had been received but the following conditions would have to be adhered to:
1. Kuanzia tarehe ya barua hii, unaruhusiwa kuendelea na shughuli za sanaa, hivyo adhabu uliyopewa ya kufungiwa miezi 6 imeondolewa.
2. Kulipa faini ya Tsh milioni 2, kama ulivyoagizwa. Hii ilipwe ndani ya mwezi mmoja kuanzia tarehe 06/12/2019.
Adding that it is the belief of the board that Rose Ree will from then henceforth be a true ambassador of ethical music both within and without Tanzania.
Sharing the news on her Instagram page, the lass uploaded the letter from BARASA and unendingly showing gratitude, she pledged:
Napenda kutoa shukrani kwa ofisi ya Waziri wa Sanaa, Habari na Michezo Mhe. Harrison Mwakyembe pamoja na Baraza la sanaa #BASATA kwa kuniruhusu kuendelea kufanya shughuli zangu za sanaa….. Naahidi kufanya kazi zangu ipasavyo na kuendelea kuipeperusha bendera ya nchi yangu vyema!
Her fans streamed the comment section to applaud her for bouncing back and wishing her the very best as she reinstates her brand.
Mungu akutangulie mamangu 🙌
God is Good
My woman 🙏 God above all 😍❤️
Amazing! Go fly babe
Go Go Go 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Yaaaaay!!!!! That’s great 😍😍😍🚀🚀🚀
My girrrrrrrllllll back on bizzzz💯💯💯💯💯
kabix ucizingue mamalamama
August 12, 2020