In an interview with Daily News, sungura musician Alick Macheso responded to accusations that he uses juju.
Macheso said he is doing well because of the hard work he puts in his work. Said Macheso:
I spend six hours or more on stage performing live, three or four days in a row. At times I sleep in the studio recording, away from my family. Those who say I use juju, I challenge them because if juju could sing why don’t they give it guitars so it can bring money?
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