The Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPA) – AKA the most prudish body ever – saw fit to expel iconic actress Rahama Sadau from Kannywood, the indigenous Hausa film industry yesterday.

They released a statement defending their decision to banish Sadau, who was twice crowned Best Actress in Kannywood at the City People Award in 2014 and 2015, with the following justification:

‘This is as a result of her recent immoral appearance in a certain video song where she appeared in series of visuals (video and pictorial) hugging and cuddling the music artist ClassiQ in his newly released video.’

She’s already been in trouble. Last year she was suspended for six months after accusing actor and producer Adam Zango of demanding sex in return for a role – she later apologised in an interview: ‘Adam Zango is my best friend on earth now.’ Sure.

So what exactly in this video has got MOPPA so hot under the collar? We’re a tolerant bunch so we put ourselves in the minds of the censors to see exactly how Rahama went too far.

Where immorality starts: the sexy shoulder tap.
Holding hands leads straight to hell.
More sensual hand caressing.
Are they dancing... Or are they preparing to procreate?!
ClassiQ gets a sexy back massage with Rahama's knees. That 'hugging and cuddling' is outrageous.
The sultry look.
The sultry finger... That sexy, throbbing little finger.
Another shoulder caress. See where it leads? Does ecstasy look that appealing, children?

Yep, that’s it folks! You kept on reading because you wanted to see some dirty pics but that’s as dirty as it gets. I wouldn’t cancel your subscription to Pornhub just yet!

Watch the video that caused all that fuss here