Kidi explains what he meant by "shut up and bend over" in his "touch it" song after a Kenyan lady fondled him on stage while performing his "Golden Boy Album" in Nairobi, Kenya.
"That's not what I meant" - Kidi
Kidi, a Ghanaian singer and signer of Lynx Entertainment, got a great love affair from the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, after performing there.
While he performed his hit album 'Golden Boy' and is currently probably one of the biggest songs in Ghana, one of the ladies has no choice but to feel Kidi physically, so shee joined him on stage, hugged him tightly and started to give him some grind from behind.
In response, the singer posted a video on her official Twitter page with the caption: "It's not what I meant when I said; "Shut up and bend over". We were in Nairobi, Kenya last night.
Many people have read several meanings into his song titled, 'touch it' and some even calling for its removal from the airwaves since it is more nudist. But his recent tour to Kenya raised a concern for him to debunk and give the exact interpretations to what he meant by "shut up and bend over" and does not necessarily connote with what happened on stage with a Kenyan lady giving him a feel of grind.
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