Bev bares her soul

HARARE - Controversial pole dancer Beverly ‘‘Bev’’ Sibanda (pictured) believes the police  are always after her because she is in a money-spinning business.

“Where ever there is money, there is the police. Where ever there is the police, there is money,” Bev said during a Star FM Radio interview last week.

Last week, she was summoned to the police in connection with her license after her alleged explicit dance routines at the Airport Lounge where she had been invited to perform at the Harare International Carnival Samba Night.

This is not the first time that the pole dancer has courted controversy. 

In 2012, Bev was arrested after causing a storm performing her alleged offensive dance routines using a Delta Beverages beer bottle.

Police swooped on Bev after a video of her offensive dance routines went viral on social media.

The video shows her on the dance floor lying on top of a man, with most of her backside exposed.

The controversial pole dancer blamed the media, which she said falsely fed its readers with lies over her profession and erotic dances.

Bev said there were several factors that shaped her career. “I am an orphan who grew up poor and had to fend for myself. I earn my living through dancing in clubs as it is what is bringing food to my table. I have a son to look after,” she said.

As for her latest arrest, she said she got a bit carried away but she had publicly apologised to the courts through her lawyer.

“My license allows me to strip the pants and not further. I am not allowed to get in contact with revellers in clubs, but at times it happens,” she said.

When Bev decided to join church, fellow raunchy pole dancer Zoey Noleen Sifelani said her repentance was a hoax, alleging she was possessed by a serious demon which needs exorcism.

Zoey had been sceptical about Bev’s commitment and dedication to church life ever since her repentance and salvation which saw her joining popular Harare Prophet, Walter Magaya’s Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries (PHD).

“Zoey is not God; she cannot see the demon in me, only God can,” Bev said.

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