MC Galaxy has come out to defend himself after he was dragged on Instagram by Toyin Aimakhu for promoting nudity of women on his page.

The music star took to his Instagram page on Sunday, March 10, 2019, where he shared a post defending himself and what really transpired with the said lady who sent a nude video.

According to him, he only sent a request to fans who were talented to send in videos of themselves dancing, singing and rapping. He went on to reveal how he got a video from a lady who shared a video without clothes on. Even though he initially put down the video, MC Galaxy said the pressure from followers to include the video among the entries made him add the video.

He went to reveal that he wasn't the one who declared her as the winner rather it was his friend who did and promised a 50k price for her. Finally, MC Galaxy apologised if his actions have been misinterpreted and said it is a well-known fact that he has the utmost respect for women and wouldn't do that to compromise it.

MC Galaxy says he has the utmost respect for women and will in no way promote nudity on his Instagram page.

MC Galaxy's comments are coming barely a day after Toyin Aimakhu had dragged him on Instagram for promoting nudity on his Instagram page.

Toyin Abraham warns MC Galaxy about asking girls to go naked for 50k [Instagram/ToyinAimakhu]

Toyin Abraham warns MC Galaxy about asking girls to go naked for 50k

MC Galaxy has been posting pictures of young women on his social media profile and Toyin Abraham thinks it is projecting her gender in a bad light. [Instagram/toyin_abraham]

Toyin Abraham has told singer MC Galaxy to lead with good examples as opposed to asking girls to reveal their bodies for a sum of N50,000.  The actress shared in a post on Instagram on Sunday, March 10, 2019, her disapproval over several pictures of young women MC Galaxy has been using for a social media campaign mostly asking "if this fine girl were to be a type of soup, what soup would that be ?????" 

According to Toyin Abraham, such posts are helping the negative notion that a way for women to get by is to sell their bodies. "Dear MC Galaxy, what you did asking girls to go naked for 50k is despicable, debasing, and bad in every way.

MC Galaxy has been posting pictures of young women on his social media profile and Toyin Abraham thinks it is projecting her gender in a bad light.

"You just further strengthen the believe that the easiest way women can get things is to sell their bodies. I sincerely can't fathom what you need or gain from this despicable act when you could have checked in on porn sites," the actress cautions on IG.

She commented that she will rather use her influence to discourage a dysfunction and advises MC Galaxy to consider such a pattern.