Responding to the viral video, Kayes, who is the brand ambassador of ONIC, clarified through his personal Instagram.
Kayes confirmed that the woman in the video was not her, but was edited using her face.
“Hello guys, it’s really busy… sorry, it’s not me, guys, it was edited, don’t be quick to believe guys who are like that,” he wrote.
Not only that, Kayes promised to report the uncensored vulgar video spreader like himself to the police.
“Alright guys, stop spreading the video and repost it, I will sue the police who spread the video and I’ll look for it to the house!” he continued.
In addition, Kayes also asked ONIC management for help in finding accounts for spreading vulgar videos without censorship clothes like himself on Twitter.
That was information related to a vulgar video link similar to ONIC Kayes without a censored dress that is still being hunted by netizens. The video had gone viral on Twitter.