MTV Africa Music Awards winner, Yemi Alade, is a smart one when it comes to handling sexual harassment.

The songster expressed disappointment that those she looked up to in the entertainment industry have demanded to have sex with her.

Speaking in an interview with Punch News, she said, “Record label owners and show promoters are all guilty of this.

“Sexual harassment comes in different levels; some are intense, some are subtle, and some even come through third parties.

“However, I’ve never found myself in a situation that felt very uncomfortable.

“Once I see the signs, I run and the person would not even have the opportunity to go through with his evil plans.

“There are some people who I looked up to in the industry but surprisingly, they also wanted sex."

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It has been a great year for Alade who won the honour for the Best Female at the 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMA).

A repetition of her accomplishment in the same category in the year 2015.

She rounded up 2016 by winningThe Future Awards Africa (TFAA) Prize in music