Muridzo pleads innocence in song

HARARE - Rising star Andy Muridzo, who has borne the brunt of social media jokes due to controversial dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda’s claim that she is carrying his child, appears determined to use every chance to plead his innocence.

At Machokoto Night Club in Glen View, Harare, this past weekend, the Dherira singer set tongues wagging after he began his performance with the song Handina Zvipande (I am faultless).

With the Bev-Muridzo affair, the main topic of discussion among the revellers, the rising star’s decision to begin his set with such a song was interpreted by many as a declaration of innocence.

But after dropping hit after hit, the Bev issue didn’t seem to matter anymore as the night wore on.

The Chidhafu Dhunda singer, had revellers eating out of his hands.

His mesmerising lyrics and great vocal delivery along with the way he played the mbira suspended at the back of his head, made the Machokoto dance floor a hive of activity.

The only regret on the night was the small size of the venue and stage which made it difficult for the crew to showcase freely their dance moves.

Not even the hilarious dance styles of Apama Styles, who shared the stage with Muridzo, could steal the Uzumba-born artiste’s thunder.

Apama and his band performed their comical dances and left the crowd clamouring for more after which they gave way to Muridzo.

After the show, the music star expressed satisfaction with the support he got on the night.

“I think you saw that the bar was packed to capacity I’m sure several others must have been turned away because of the limited space available which is good for us because it serves as testimony of how far and wide our music is being supported,” Muridzo told the Daily News.

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