ARMY LINK HAUNTS JAH PRAYZAH


Army Ambassador, Jah Prayzah;s trip to the UK could go up in smoke as some fans are campaigning to have his show blocked because the violence unleashed by the army.

Jah Prayzah is billed to share the stage with Winky D, Jah Signal, Baba Harare, Tocky Vibes and DJ Silence Dosh on April 19 through to 21 in the UK.

“I’m sorry I have to stand with others. With effect from today, I won’t be playing Jah Prayzah’s music on my shows because of his support to the government.  Furthermore, I won’t be attending any of his shows…these military touch of killing people. No. I’m done,” said Philip Sibanda in a Facebook post.

Another social media user Jewel Diane Jacobs concurred with Sibanda saying; “I’m with you. This is painful.”

Jah Prayzah’s manager Keen Mushapaidze told the Daily News the Kutonga Kwaro hitmaker is apolitical.

“It has been always the case that people try to associate Jah Prayzah with politics but he is apolitical. The majority link him to Zanu PF but there are also some incidences where MDC leaders such as Nelson Chamisa and even the late Morgan Tsvangirai were seen in different videos dancing to his song Mdara Vachauya,” Mushapaidze said.



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