Raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda spoke to the Herald and shared details of her life post her headlining February court wedding. Bev who debunked the story that she is pregnant said she is just staying at home and eating and sleeping as she is being taken care of by her UK based husband.
Speaking to the publication Bev said:
I am a blessed Bev. I could quit dancing forever because I am having a good life, but I am in love with my trade and I will resume shows when everything gets back to normal.
I am only worried about my weight at the moment because I know I will not last long on stage. Dancing needs serious fitness and that is why I am looking for a personal fitness trainer. I want to remain fit and be able to get back on stage any day.
I have already started skipping some meals in order to monitor my weight. The good thing is that I have peace of mind and I am getting the financial support that I need
I am just eating, watching movies, browsing social media platforms and sleeping. That is my daily routine at the moment. I follow most debates on social media, but I rarely comment.
Bev also said she doesn’t have a Twitter account and anything that is posted on a Twitter handle bearing her name must be ignored.
I am disheartened that someone is running a fake Twitter account purporting to be Bev. I do not have a Twitter account. I am on Facebook and Instagram
Bev also lamented the lockdown hardships and said she sympathisers with fellow dancers who can’t go for shows because of the lockdown:
I feel sorry for my fellow dancers. I think getting married was actually a blessing because I could have been suffering right now. There are no shows for dancers and there is little income for artistes across genres.
Bev also said she is not yet ready to quit dancing and her husband supports her hustle:
I am looking forward to a happy time with my husband. I will eventually quit dancing and stay with him. At the moment he supports my job very well and wants me to proceed with it. I am happy because my heart is still with the stage. I will continue dancing for some time before I can commit myself to the work of a housewife.
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