American actor, Producer and TV host Nicholas Scott Cannon alias Nick Cannon who recently jetted in Uganda has released a glimpse of one of the reasons why he visited the country.
Sources say Cannon had come to the country to shoot a documentary and also carry out some charity works with ‘Wealth of Hope Ministries’ and organization that takes care of children of prison inmates.
And this has been confirmed after the rapper shared a brief video on his social media platform, featuring scenes that he shot in Uganda. These included Luzira female prison, source of the River Nile among other scenes.
In the song, Cannon talks about the strength behind African women despite the hard life that they always endure, and he condemns any kinds of abuse towards women.
“The most underprivileged, underappreciated, mistreated, deleted and back seated, but never defeated, her strength is yeast. Watch her rise out of incarnation, unapologetically African, from the original Nation. When you devalue our woman, you destroy a civilization” Cannon states in the song.
The 38-year-old is popular for hosting Nick Cannon Show, Wild’N’Out, American’s Got Talent, Lip Sync Battle Shorties, The Masked Singer and his role in Real Husband of Hollywood.
Rumors also have it that Cannon used his visit in Uganda to shoot some episodes of his show Wild’N’Out, and that might feature Uganda’s TV host Anita Fabiola.
Below are the lyrics of the song:
I was walking through the Motherland when I heard her Roar
“Abuse My Queens No more!”
Her surface, her core
She wakes up every day and places on her abuse, Torn…
Dressed in oppression
Defeat, incarceration, laced in her shoes
Her makeup, abuse
Though her body may bruise
Her Spirit suffers more
Not Mac, Maybeline, Fenty Beauty, or Sephora can make up what she has in store
Put it on or wipe it off
Abandoned to her core
The Most disrespected, neglected and unprotected. Reckless!!! Just ask Malcolm’s Ex’s
White women, no interjecting just give us a second
Better yet a minute because now I’m spitting to
The most underprivileged, underappreciated, mistreated, deleted and back seated
But never defeated, her strength is yeast
We need it
Watch her rise out of incarnation
From the Original Nation
The Honorable Minister Farrakhan put it so gracefully
When you devalue our woman
You destroy a civilization
Her Revolution is waiting!
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