Popular dancer, Bev says that she is not getting married anytime soon. "Zvekuroorwa, not now."
She insists she does not care what people think of her dancing.

“I don’t care what they say. They say dirty dancing but this is what is paying the bills,” she told the Daily News.

“Those who charge paltry fees are the ones tarnishing the industry. How can a group of 11 people charge $40 for a show? They end up engaging in prostitution with patrons which tarnish the name of dancers,” she said.

Despite being in South Africa for financial gain, Bev said she is wary of security. She said this has seen her having to pay her people after every show.

“When we are here, I pay my members on Sunday after all the weekend shows but in South Africa I give them after the show because of security. You can lose all the money there,” she said.

She said she is going back to South Africa for the last time.

“I think I’m going back for the last time and I will be back for good. There are better contracts there and you get your money as per agreement. You don’t have to dance for long as what happens here,” she said.

She said as she is in South Africa, her plans are to invest locally.

“The idea is to get as much to invest here. I’m thinking of reopening my clothing shop,” she said