Jah Prayzah begs former guitarist to play for him

The Herald reports that Jah Prayzah had to beg his former guitarist Braveman Chizvino, who had resigned earlier the previous week, to perform at his first show on Sunday.

A seemingly desperate Jah Prayzah came on stage and there was no one on the lead guitar. A few minutes later Baba Harare or simply Bravo arrived at the venue making a grand entrance to save what promised to be a disaster. He was received with wild cheers as if he is the main man and after his arrival it was business as usual.

An insider told The Herald that Jah Prayzah had to use his longtime friend Lloyd Kurima, popularly known as Mabla 10, to persuade Baba Harare to show up. The paper was informed that Jah Prayzah last week had been conducting auditions at his Belvedere offices to find a replacement but had failed to find one at the time of having his first show.


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Jah Prayzah begs former guitarist to play for him