Dancehall artiste Danielle D.I has released some raunchy pictures on the Internet, which leaves little to the imagination as it relates to some of her normally hidden body parts.
The deejay, who recently released a new album produced by iconic producers, Sly and Robbie, is also gearing up to reveal even more sexually appealing images when she launches her VEVO YouTube channel in coming weeks.
The pictures show the artiste wearing only a small thong as clothing, along with body paint covering her breasts, while making several poses for the camera.
According Danielle D.I’s publicist, Keona Williams, the artiste is free to express herself. She also believes there exists a double standard as it relates to the reaction of Jamaican fans to their own artistes.
“Social media is a part of the market and we have to cater to that market as well in the same way as Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and others. When certain things like this happen abroad some Jamaicans have no problem with it, but if it’s a Jamaican artiste they make a big deal out of it,” Williams said.
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Keona says the pictures are a part of a recent photo shoot conducted by the artiste in preparation for the launch of her official YouTube VEVO page. She also revealed that they are more controversial images to be released by the artiste on her VEVO page in coming weeks.
Danielle D.I is one of the featured dancehall acts in the Magnum All STAR Million Dollar Face-off competition, organised by THE WEEKEND STAR. She is booked to challenge fellow dancehall artiste Stacious in a selecting battle on December 19, at Famous Nightclub in Portmore.
The rebel deejay is also booked to perform at GT Taylor’s Christmas Extravaganza and Turbo Female Revolution on November 30 at The Chinese Benevolent Club. Danielle D.I is currently promoting a new single My Manproduced by Sly and Robbie on the Taxi Records label.
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