Open letter to Lady Squanda

EDITOR — I must say I’m a bit disappointed by how Lady Squanda failed to turn up for the KuMabhebhi Concert.

Well, to be honest, I didn’t except that from you.

Your fans were waiting eagerly for you, waiting for the dancehall queen but alas, you were nowhere to be found Squanda.

My dear, don’t get carried away with the new-found fame. Treat your fans with respect, because they have brought you this far. As an artiste, professionalism is really important.

The way you speak and even conduct your business should be in a very professional manner.

Remember, as a “celebrity” you are a role model even to the youths. They should learn something good from you.

Fame can come and go, we have so many people who took their fame for granted and now they are a spent force and it’s like those celebrities never existed.

In showbiz, one simple mistake can turn your life around and besides, “Zim Dancehall” is growing each and every day.

There are talented upcoming and vibrant ladies who are willing to take dancehall in Zimbabwe to another level.

So my dear, do not get too comfortable in your dancehall queen throne because you can be toppled.

Do not underestimate the talent out there.

Having a bad reputation in showbiz can kill your career and remember the media will be there to judge you.

What if promoters decide to snub you?

There is a Shona proverb which says akuruma nzeve ndewako, so I hope you will act a bit mature and be professional. One love.


Comments (3)

does she play for the national women's soccer team?

musuri - 11 April 2014

her name lady squanda leaves a lot to be desired.a name has an impact in one 's manifests no wonder she just squanders

praise - 14 April 2014

Squanda akukura msoro veduwe, being a dancehall queen does not mean you have to bitch about it.

ngoni - 14 April 2014

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