Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe, son to former President Robert Mugabe, said that he is not the bad guy as some people want to make him appear to be.
Chatunga was recently implicated in a bar brawl with an upcoming female musician. He is accused of having sent assailants to assault Shashl last weekend.
In an interview with Harare tabloid, H-Metro, Chatunga claimed that people are framing him. He said:
Even if someone says to me ndakauraya munhu its fine. If you go on Internet, I used to spend a day and see nyaya dzinobuda ipapo.
Pane dzimwe nyaya dzinobuda ipapo but I can’t go one by one spending my day, you end up depressed, it’s now a thing I am used to.
You can’t tell everyone, one by one to say no this happened and this didn’t happen.
If people like me, they like me and if they don’t like me, I can’t force them.
I’m not trying to be impressed.
How sad it is. Today, if you were to be my friend, whatever you do you get to be scrutinised, now your family gets scrutinised because you are my friend, that’s a bit unacceptable
That’s is why I got few friends, less than five because no one knows …even if I have a party, they are the only people invited, you can check on the guest list because I don’t have friends.
Those were the only people, I had invited, there were people who were relatives, even if I am in South Africa.