Rapper Stunner, real name Desmond Chideme, has accused music video producer Vusa Blaqs of sabotaging him and other artists by deliberately taking his time to to complete their videos. According to Stunner, Blaqs is doing so in order to give an edge to Jah Prayzah’s Military Touch Movement as Blags is now associated with them.
Stunner posted on facebook saying:
Can someone explain to me why Vusa Blaqs and his team think it is sound business to delay (Takura) a paying client’s product by three months, with no delivery date in mind?
Fine maybe he was perfecting his art but boom it came out and what a sh**y job he done after he had insulted my Ndoenda video on YouTube comments. You could have called Andy Cutta to tell him that.
Anyway, like people always say to me and I applied, be humble Mr Blaqs I won’t mention how many artists are crying because you have suddenly become so arrogant and instigating things like Shona/Ndebele what what. (We are Zimbabwe!!!)
Vusa Blaqs responded by accusing Stunner of being a struggling artist who was jealous of the success of “real hard workers.”
As a company we only acknowledge real hard workers like ExQ, Ammara Brown, Jah Prayzah, Killer T, Leonard Mapfumo and a myriad of individuals deserving of the title. Our first effort in Harare earned us 1 million views, that is a historic achievement. We understand how hard it is to reach mass appeal and we are not fazed by struggling artists seeking attention from an unforgiving populace,