Becoming an artist who is popular is not a one-day wonder. The artists go through a lot of hustle to get to that stage. It's all about creating a brand, a niche that people will like and fall in love with you and your music. One very important thing that cannot be left out of the branding is the style of dressing. An artist's costume on stage speaks a lot about their music brand. Whilst performing on stage, a female artist's costume has failed her. In a viral video that is trending, this female artist wore a dress that exposed her abdomen and some other parts of her upper body. She didn't wear a brazier beneath the dress. During the performance, she decided to bend down and her boob's popped out of the dress. There were a lot of cameras on her as she was performing leading to the fast circulation of videos about her predicament. Though she quickly pulled the dress over the boobs, the cameras have captured it already.
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