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Kinnah denounces violence in Zimdancehall

RISING dancehall star Maliakini Saizi better known as Kinnah has denounced violence and exchange of vulgar words among Zimdancehall artists ...

RISING dancehall star Maliakini Saizi better known as Kinnah has denounced violence and exchange of vulgar words among Zimdancehall artists describing it as unprofessional.

He said this on Sunday after putting a splendid energetic performance at Jongwe Corner in Hatfield.

The Zheti hit maker said it was not good for Zimdancehall artists to rebuke each other in front of their fans as this shows lack of professionalism in the showbiz industry.

Kinnah was responding to Soul Jah Love (real name Soul Musaka) and Seh Calaz (real name Tawanda Mumanyi) who exchanged blows on stage at the recently held inaugural dancehall clash dubbed “Sting” at City Sports Centre.

“Hatidi zvevanhu vanotukana pastage. Kana vanhu vashaya zvekuita zvirinani vaende kumusha nekuti hatina kuuya kuzotukana asi kuimbira vanhu (We do not want people who scold each other on stage. If they do not have anything to do in the music industry they must go home because we came to sing for our fans),” Kinnah said.
Kinnah denounces violence in Zimdancehall
The youthful dancehall sensation who came to the rescue of fans after Soul Jah Love failed to turn up at the function also said the exchange of harsh words among artiste tarnishes the dancehall genre.

Though it could not be established why Soul Jah Love did not turn up to the show, sources close to him and the bar said the musician was caught up with other businesses.

Taking advantage of the depressed fans, Kinnah managed to penetrate through their anger arousing them with his reggae songs.

He performed his most popular hits which include Mwari wedenga, Goredema, Mirairo and Mai mwana among other songs.

During the energetic performance, the crowd at Jongwe Corner could not hide their joy as they jumped up, wiggling their bodies in all sorts of dancehall dirty dances imitating the Jamaicans.

They sang along with Kinnah who could not help it but continued entertaining the crowd.

Kinnah said he has always been very happy to perform at Jongwe Corner before promising his fans new songs in the coming weeks.

He said he was proud of his fans and will not disappoint them.

Kinnah started his music career at a tender age in Kadoma before coming to Harare where he had his break through into the zimdancehall industry.

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