Soundcity presenter, Moet Abebe, says she’s not interested in being anyone’s role model.

The video jockey said this in reaction to social media criticism over a resurfaced video where she was jiggling her bum while clad in a bikini.

Moet, daughter of John Abebe, says she’s in the entertainment industry to make money and “have fun”.

In an Instagram post, Moet urged everyone to get ready for many bikini photos of herself in 2017.

She advised her fans to make role models out of their parents and not her.

Moet's post on Instagram
Moet’s post on Instagram

 

“I’m not a role model… I’m here to f*** ish up with my talent,” she said.

Moet continued: “I am in an industry where you have to express yourself the best way you know how… I’m here to make money and have fun doing what I was born to do.

“So you either get used to 2017 being filled with “bikini” photos and memorable moments of me or you just be that “role model” for your child or better yet make your mother your role model and not me.”

Moet Abebe has been involved in several controversies in the past but in 2016, she was relatively quiet.

She once revealed that she got her first tattoo in high school at the age of 15.



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