Without a doubt female dancehall recording artiste Danielle DI loves to get naked and her body painted.
Earlier today Aug 6th, the artiste shared a photo of herself on popular photo sharing service Instagram leaving little to the imagination, except for a spray paint design of the Jamaican flag.
I am beyond proud to call #jamaica my #home
One of the most #beautiful #countries in the entire #world
#happyindependence🇯🇲 #happyindependenceday #jamaicaindependence #rio2016 #olympics2016 #teamjamaica #proudjamaican #jamaicalandwelove 💚💛🇯🇲
Last month, the Rebel singer display of nudity violated Instagram’s code of conduct, which lead to her account being temporarily banned over her “4th of July Nude Body Paint” post.
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.
positiveson: She should be banned permanently for wearing the flag of the oppressor. Get politically conscious.
lawie_fragrance_1: Di wrong move wrong flag
mosca4201: What about our Jamaican flag….
Some fans shared their disgust for Danielle D.I. reppin’ another countries flag to which she responded,
“The photo was done with class and there was no nudity. I have dual citizenship so I am an American citizen with the right to express myself in an artistic fashion and after all July 4 is supposed to represent freedom. The photo was the top trending worldwide and that is because the art was well done to perfection. I love art and I love to get painted”