Crispen Nyemba’s family has claimed that Jah Prayzah owed his former aide three months salary.
Speaking to The Herald, Tamburai Nyemba brother and family spokesperson said:
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Cris told me, his wife and the whole family that he was owed three months salary by Jah Prayzah, long before he died. Cris subsequently left the band to start his own security company. We are not after JP’s money and we never asked him for anything. It is only Cris’s friends who were angered by the musician’s actions during the funeral.
Tamburai also said Jah Prayzah visited the family the first day and paid his condolences and never said anything about the money. He said that on the second day Jah Prayzah visited the family but chose to remain in his car and never spoke to anyone. The family said they had nothing to do with the attack, adding that it was Cris’ friends who expressed their anger over the musician’s conduct at the funeral. Said Tamburai:
The bouncers must have been angered by the musician’s attitude after they noticed that he chose to remain in his car during the funeral wake in Warren Park and never bothered to contribute towards the funeral yet he owed my late brother money.
The family said that they will not ask for Crispen’s outstanding salary but will wait on Jah Prayzah to come and map the way forward.
Jah Prayzah, real name Mukudzeyi Mukombe, is a popular Zimbabwean modern musician and frontman for the band Third Generation. He is known for his signature band uniform of military regalia. Jah Prayzah has done successful collaborations with local musicians of various genres such as Oliver... Read More About Jah Prayzah