Everyday children and young people are exposed to pornographic and offensive images online. We think children should have the right to surf the internet safely.

Internet service providers could solve the problem by blocking pornography at network level whilst giving adults a choice to ‘opt-in’ to this content.

Written exclusively for the Safetynet campaign, MOBO award winning Gospel rapper Jahaziel shares his testimony, through song, of his early exposure to pornography and the subsequent effects it had on his views of women, his relationships and even his marriage at one point. ‘Theft of my Innocence’, produced by Grammy nominated Producer Steven Abramsamadu ,is a powerful account of how Jahaziel overcame his struggle in this area and found freedom through Jesus Christ. Jahaziel aims to encourage young people to speak out on this issue and to inspire them to overcome their struggles and live a pure life.

Jahaziel’s Tesimony

Theft of My Innocence

To download the track right click on the following link and select ‘download target’.Download Track.

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  1. rmdavis@mail.com says:

    why did Jahaziel put tattoos on his body i met him couple of years ago and he didint have no tattoos then i saw a music video and he has got tattoos on his arms thats not biblical my brother

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