Hamisa Mobetto has pleaded for forgiveness after she was summoned by the Tanzanian Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA). Mobetto was summoned over what were described as immoral photos of herself on Instagram.
Mobetto had to publicly apologize to Tanzanians before the media. Later, she took to social media to write an apology letter to whoever thought her photos were disturbing.
“NAOMBA RADHI KWA UMMA:
Husika Na Kichwa Cha Habari Hapo Juu.
Mimi Hamisa Mobetto
Ambaye ni Mfanya Biashara Wa Mitindo (Fashion Entrepreneur) Apa Nchini Tanzania Na Pia Ni Raia Wa Tanzania 🇹🇿 Naomba Kutumia Fursa Hii Kuomba Radhi Kwa Watanzania na Wengine Wote Ambao Ni Watumiaji Wa Mitandao .
Kuhusiana Na Kitendo Cha Mimi Na Washabiki Zangu (Fans) Wangu Kutuma Picha Zangu Zinazoonyesha Nusu Utupu Kwenye Page Zao Za Instagram.
Pia Natumia Fursa Hii Kuwashukuru Kamati Ya Maudhui Kwa Jinsi Walivyonita Kwenye Kamati Yao Na Kunipa Nafasi Ya Kujitetea Na Mwisho Kufanya Uamuzi Wenye Haki Kwangu Na Kwa Wapenzi (fans) Wangu Wote . Ninawashukuru Sana.🙏🏾
Mwisho Kabisa Niwahusie Vijana Wenzangu Kuepuka Kutumia Mitandao Ya Kijamii vibaya Kwani Kwa Sasa Kuna Sheria Kali Zinazokataza Picha Mbaya kutumwa Kwenye Mitandao .Naomba Pia Wapenzi (fans)Wangu Kuanzia Sasa Kutuma Picha Zangu Zenye Staha Au Kutumia Biashara Zangu Kunisapoti.
Nawashakuru Sana Na Mbarikiwe Sana.❤️🙏🏾.”
The Tanzanian government has been keen on monitoring celebrities’ social media pages. Two months ago, Diamond was arrested and forced to apologize before the media after he leaked a video of himself and Hamisa in bed.
This was termed as a bad example putting into consideration that he is one of the most followed stars in Tanzania.
Songs from top Tanzanian artistes have been banned from airplay over what was termed as lack of moral values.
Among songs that were banned include Diamond’s Hallelujah featuring Morgan Heritage and Waka Waka featuring Rick Ross among others.
Here is the list of the banned songs;