Guspy Warrior, Shinsoman in no show

HARARE - Hundreds of dancehall music fans went home disappointed after hot artistes Emmanuel “Guspy Warrior” Manyeruke and Romeo “Shinsoman” Anthony failed to turn up for the much-anticipated musical concert dubbed Zim Dancehall Fiesta at Gwanzura Stadium in Harare.

The Seunononga and Mawaya-waya singers’ disappointing non-appearance put a damper on the dancehall fiesta that took place last week.

Rumours doing the rounds are that the two artistes had a gig in South Africa on the same day when fans were expecting them at the packed Gwanzura Stadium in Highfiled.

Patson Chimbodza of Chipaz promotions confirmed to the Daily News that Shinsoman and Guspy Warrior were attending a show in South Africa.

He added that the two artistes had communicated to him (Chipaz) about their show in South Africa.

“Guspy Warrior and Shinsoman had gone for a show in South Africa and they told me about it: unfortunately: posters and fliers had already been printed,” said Chipaz.

Guspy and Shinsoman’s hit tracks have become anthems in most pubs and clubs.

Lack of communication between the promoter and fans sent the packed venue into anger.

Joina City hit-maker, Freeman failed to put up a convincing live show which further worsened the situation in the venue.

The talented artiste left the stage unceremoniously to missiles of bottles and cans from the angry crowd because of his poor performance.

 

Comments (4)

pazimbabwe wawachisa ndirini zvangu ndovarumbidza

kudzi sago - 9 October 2013

A similar story is reported somewhere in your paper regarding Lundi Tyamara's no-show. I ask the same question, if Chipaz knew the two musicians in question where in Souht Africa, why did they not hold a press conference to announce that fact, or at least put another counter notice. Where is the National Arts Council? What is their role in ensuring honesty and integrity and respect for the public? Why do they keep quiet on such issues, where promoters deliberately use fake adverts to lure audiences?. It would be interesting to hear not only their views, but also what action they intend to take.

Msele - 10 October 2013

freeman is da dancehall doctor he wil fail to please fans.its a lie.

clayton shereni - 15 October 2013

uyo anonzi firimoni imbodza chaiyo..totodemba hedu shinso naguspy. zva firimoni neuyo anonzi sunaipa haa ndezvenhando.they r not dancehall artists..

craig tee - 28 November 2013

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