Hisbah arrests Kano TikTok star, Murja Kunya for ‘immorality’

The Kano State Hisbah Board has arrested popular TikToker, Murja Ibrahim Kunya, for allegedly engaging in immorality.

Hisbah chairman in the state, Aliyu Usman, in a statement on Tuesday, February 13 accused Kunya of being widely known for immoral acts

Usman said the TikTok star was arrested on Monday evening in her Tinshama residence and she will be arraigned before a Shari’ah court.

According to the chairman, they got intelligence reports that someone often picks her up from her residence by 10 pm and returns her home by 1am.

He said: “She was arrested yesterday (Monday) late in the evening at her residence located at Tinshama area. We spent about three hours waiting for her before she finally showed up, and we picked her up.

“She is being charged with immoral acts, which she is widely known for. There is someone who every day comes around to pick her up around 10 pm and will return her by midnight or 1 am.”

Meanwhile, in another news…

Famous online comedian, Amarachi Amusi, professionally known as Ashmusy, has disclosed why she stopped wearing sexy, revealing outfits.

She stated that despite her successful career in content creation and advertisement, she was being judged for her skimpy dressing and people perceived her as a prostitvte.

Ashmusy made the revelation during a chat with reality TV star, Phyna on an episode of her podcast ‘Spill with Phyna’, noting that she often wondered why people thought she was selling her body to make money even though she was legitimately working hard.

The skit-maker said she rebranded few months ago after watching some of her throwback videos and seeing that her outfits were truly exposing her bossom.

She added that she came to the realisation that if she wants to be seen as a prestigious woman, she has to dress accordingly, instead of exposing parts of her body.

Ashmusy said; “Before I rebranded a few months ago, I used to wear sexy outfits. As a young girl, one would want to show one’s body. I did not know that I was being perceived as a prostitvte.”