Sungura musicain Alick Macheso told Daily News that he did not sing the song ‘Chikuru Kurarama’ for his daughter Sharon who divorced or his former wife Tafadzwa.
He said the song is about marriages in general and that people should separate iff they are no compatible. Said Macheso:
People say a lot, others said it had been sung for Tafadzwa but the message is clear. If people are not compatible even after marriage they should be allowed to separate before they kill or injure each other. There is no need to force things, if it is not working it is not … couples will end up boiling cooking oil and injuring each other or even striking a partner with a log on the head.
Macheso said despite Sharon’s divorce, he will look after her and granddaughter.
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