Zimdancehall chanter Seh Calaz, real name Tawanda Mumanyi allegedly assaulted his live in girlfriend Moira Knight, after she took his phone and asked him for his password. Moira has since moved out of the Waterfalls apartment where the two were staying together and is considering returning to the UK. However, she suspects that she may be pregnant which could complicate things for her. The two have been engaged for almost a year now.
Speaking to H-Metro, she said:
My whole body is in pain and emotionally I am also in pain because of how I was treated by Calaz. He showed me the other side of him which I didn’t know and I was really hurt. He first assaulted me the day of his video launch and the latest incident was on Wednsday after I took is cellphone and I asked him for his password so could browse through it. He refused with it and when i asked him why he was refusing that was when he grabbed me by the hand and out my head between his legs and started beating me up. My whole body was injured and especially my breast, left chin and my thighs and I had to go to the hospital.
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… Calaz is all I know in life he wasted four years of my life because I started dating him when I was only 19 years old and now I am 23. What is making this whole situation complicated is the fact that I might be pregnant
Seh Calaz did not comment as he claimed that he was busy.
Seh Calaz is an award winning Zimdancehall artist who rose to stardom with songs such as Mabhanditi and Mumota Murikubvira and Kwatinobva Kwakasiyana Siyana. Seh Calaz is known in the contemporary Zimdancehall music arena for his signature "Check Check Check" lyrical chant which features in... Read More About Seh Calaz
Zimdancehall, is a Zimbabwean music genre with roots in the Jamaican tradition of reggae. The genre is known for its hard-hitting lyrics which often encompass social commentary on issues like poverty, unemployment and drug abuse. Read More About Zimdancehall