Kapfupi launches new comedy drama

HARARE -  Comedian Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima is set to launch his latest drama DVD Mr Kapfupi— Varume Murimbwa Dzevanhu in style in Harare.

Manjalima will launch his drama on Heroes Holiday at Extra Mile Leisure spot. Artistes including Jah Prayzah, Lloyd “Mabla 10” Kurima, Peter Moyo and Jabulani “Sekuru Zvambu” Sigauke are expected to grace the event.

The comedian-cum-musician is currently promoting and selling the drama DVD in most suburbs of Harare and Chitungwiza.

Kapfupi’s manager Courage Zikhali has offered him an H2 Hummer vehicle to promote the drama.

“The event is going to be one of the biggest events of the year,” Zikhali said. He said the event would be held during the day and would be the best platform for families to interact with the artistes.

“The event will attract a number of artistes from all musical genres such as dancehall, sungura and jazz as well as a number of local actors including the likes of Sabhuku Vharazipi actors — David Mubaiwa, Wellington Chindare and Kumbirai Chikonye — hence this is going to be a golden opportunity for families to interact with all their favourite artists.”

He has a number of comedy dramas under his name such as Notorious Kapfupi (Part one to six), What Goes Around Comes Around and Wrong Bag, among others.

The former manager of controversial dancehall star Soul Jah Love recently told the Daily News that he wanted to transform Manjalima’s life. He has promised him posh cars and also said he planed to relocate him from Epworth to one of the affluent suburbs in Harare.

Manjalima,  a Grade Seven drop-out, has welcomed Zikhali’s offer.

“We all need fine things in life and if someone pledges to take care of you, only a fool can resist,” Manjalima said.

    Comments (1)

    if wishes were horses fred yu cld have riden many......!!!!ask soul jah love he will tell you..

    tsano - 24 July 2014

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