The Herald reports that fans fought at Jah Prayzah’s show held at Legends Sports Diner over the weekend in Marondera. Order was restored after police intervened and arrested some of the fans that were fighting.
The situation is said to have normalised when Jah Prayzah got on stage at around 11 pm. He performed “In The Ghetto” off “Mudhara Vachauya”, “Soja Rinosvika Kure”, “Tsotsi” and the song “Karunyerekupe” that became a social media meme following his attack at Glen Forest Cemetery. Awarding-winning promoter Daniel Masaiti who organised the show confirmed that there were some skirmishes but the culprits were arrested.
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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
Marondera (formerly Marandellas) is located some 67 km from Harare and is the capital of Mashonaland East Province. The city is surrounded by commercial farms where the residents go for seasonal employment. In 2013, the town had a population estimated at 46 000. The flashy... Read More About Marondera