Chloe and Have Mercy | When It Comes to Showing Skin and Promoting Sex, Is There a Such Thing As Too Much?

Before Beyoncé protégé Chlöe (Chloe Bailey) wowed the audience with a sexually-charged “booty” performance at last night’s MTV 2021 Video Music Awards, social media was already buzzing after the young upstart dropped “Have Mercy,” her debut R&B single’s music video. At a time when so many black female performers embracing and selling sexuality as much as entertainment and pop culture, there are a diverging viewpoints about the topic, with some saying she shows too much skin and focuses too heavily on sex.

In the below audio clip, Tunya Griffin discusses recent social comments on money, fame, race and sexualization of black women.

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