…as notorious gangs plan bloodletting contest
LEISURE AND LIFESTYLE EDITOR
KWEKWE– Fear and uncertainty are at the centre of contemporary musician Jah Prayzah’s show slated for Kwekwe this Friday amid indications that notorious gangs with the infamy of spilling blood at mining claims in the city are mulling engaging in a ‘bloodletting contest to show the people of Kwekwe who the real bulls in town are’, midlandsnews has heard.
Earlier this week, the social media was awash with reports that one of the infamous gangs only identified as the Maketos which resides in Mbizo suburb and a rival other linked to notorious gold dealer, a one Gudhu have reportedly ‘booked a match’, adding that they will settle their scores at the Jah Prayzah show to be held at Golden Mile Hotel in the Midlands mining city.
The venue has now become synonymous with violence after violent confrontations last year abruptly ended Zimdancehall trendsetter Winky D’s show at Golden Mile.
Following the social media reports that violence will possibly rule the roost at the Jah Prayzah show, Golden Mile proprietor Solomon Matsa yesterday issued a stern warning to would-be perpetrators, saying those who intend to engage in violence will be shot.
“Those who are planning violence at Jah Prayzah’s show- if you get shot, don’t blame me because our country now needs peace-loving citizens who are ready to make Zimbabwe a better place”, said Matsa.
Meanwhile, the Midlands mining city is expected to play host to Zimdancehall man-of-the-moment Enzo Ishall who is set to perform at KwaPhiri in Mbizo.