Bev makes VIP Lounge her home

HARARE – Popular and controversial pole dancer, Beverly Sibanda aka Bev has made Harare’s Holly’s VIP Lounge her home as she performs there every other Sunday.

Bev and her sexy Angels pole dance at the joint every Sunday evening and have attracted a huge following.

DJ Nash, a spokesperson for the joint said their Sundays have since changed for the better since contracting the pole dancer for the weekend spot.

“Bev and her dancing “angels” have transformed Holly’s Hotel, especially the VIP Lounge into a glamorous and erotic space, thus providing adult entertainment,” said DJ Nash.

He said Bev has surprised the hotel’s management with the sheer audience she attracts at her erotic showcases.

“People are coming from every other corner in Harare to see her pole dancing, and they enjoy it. The Sunday slot is meant for adults and all acts are supervised so they conform to the venue’s regulations.”

The dancer, who has become a hit in Harare’s night clubs because of her raunchy sexy dances has set tongues wagging, and is a favourite of male audiences.

“Her biggest constituency is men because they like to see beautiful girls dangling their bodies in dim-light environments.”

Holly’s VIP Lounge has been set to match international pole dance clubs with special dancing stages created and uplifted, while aiding poles were erected to complement the stage.

Bev says she is a professional and when engaged for a showcase, manages her dances to suit particular events.

“I perform for adults at private shows and in nightclubs. The performances are different. In the nightclubs, I give revellers erotic dances because that is what they want and they come to see that. If I do not perform to their expectation, then I lose business.”

The dancer believes her dancing troupe comprising four girls can perform at any given event.

“At the moment we are dancing sungura and we are doing it perfectly that all and sundry have been surprised with our foot work.

“Our duty when engaged by nightclubs is to entertain revellers so they enjoy their drinks. We are there to entertain patrons and we know what these revellers want to see and we simply give them that,” she said.

For the sexy dancer, breaking onto the showbiz circuit was no easy walk.

“I have met a lot of men who think I am loose and have phoned me on the pretext of hiring me only to change subjects. But I have found a way to avoid such incidents as everyone else has to deal with my manager. You can only hire me through my manager.”

As the last born in a family of 10, her family members are happy for her success.

“They are happy for me and most of the times they advise me. Like they can say ‘Bev, please tone down your erotic dances?’ And I do listen to them.”

A local tobacco company has featured the sexy model on its advertisements.

Bev’s dream is to tour overseas. “I need to break onto the international market and am working hard towards that. Maybe I will accompany these superstars when they go on tour. I can accompany them as a dancer.”

Bev says she would also want to produce videos of her showcases. “Very soon we will be putting together some videos.”

While she is popular in Harare’s nightclubs, other cities and towns like Chiredzi, Gweru and Bulawayo have also been caught by the "Bev" mania.

Comments (1)

This is now a globle world,what is done in the UK and termed business should also be done there. go dance your butt out,even stripe tease is no bad.

John Mabhiza - 6 July 2013

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