Pregnant woman chastised for dancing to RDX song
A video posted on Instagram of a pregnant Caucasian female dancing quite rambunctiously to RDX's song, 'Jump' attracted quite a bit of attention on social media earlier this week.
The video was a little over 30 seconds long, but that was long enough to cause an Instagram uproar with varying sides commenting on the woman's behaviour on social media.
The woman, identified as Swedish Dancehall Queen Johanna or Monkey Jo, admitted that she was more than 28 weeks pregnant and in Ocho Rios on vacation when she posted the video.
She wasn't prepared for the backlash that followed the post, however, as over 1,500 comments followed, some calling her an unfit mother and an irresponsible and lewd female.
The video was also reposted numerous times on other social media pages with the caption 'Whose Baby Mother is This?'
Some comments, however, supported the mother-to-be, saying that she was, in fact, not putting her baby at risk by doing what she has done professionally for years, dancing.
RDX reposted the video on their social media platforms and, while flattered that females are so excited to gyrate to their music, they did express concern for the safety of her child.
"When a RDX song play, women from all over the world can't help but move, so it's no surprise that this pregnant dancer from Sweden would be bruking out to our music," said Renigade.
He said she was surprisingly flexible for someone several months pregnant and wished her a safe and successful delivery. The other half of the duo, Delomar, said, "This is good exercise for her and she is a professional, so we hope that she has verified what is healthy and unhealthy for her to do while pregnant".