Fans threw cans at Seh Calaz on Saturday night at Harare Gardens, bringing the Judgment Yard fourth anniversary to a premature end.
The Mbare-bred chanter, who is popular for “dissing” Winky D, made his entrance on stage with his latest track, Godo, which is largely seen as another “diss” targeted at the Ninja President. In the track, Seh Calaz’s lyrics imply that his enemies will feel a lot of pain if they die before him and he particularly refers to an artiste who has a habit of releasing songs at the end of year.
Some Zimdanceball fans have interpreted this as an attack on Winky D, who became the man of the year in Zimdancehall after releasing his Gafa Life Kickstape album, which featured the hit song Disappear, in October last year. Last month, Winky D released his Gafa Futi track, causing a stir in Zimdancehall circles, after which Seh Calaz also released the track Godo.
This appeared to have angered fans who threw missiles on stage as soon as Seh Calaz appeared singing Godo, while accompanied by dancers clad in Nyau regalia.