Kapfupi Accused Of Bewitching Fellow Actor Marabha With Juju
Musician-cum-comedian Freddy “Kapfupi” Manjalima says he has no hatred against fellow artists amongst them Charles “Marabha’’ Merisi who accused the actor of bewitching him.
Responding to the allegations made on social media by Marabha, Kapfupi said Marabha was a reckless and irresponsible person who blamed his failures on other people.
“Marabha mwana wandakatora, if you want look at this, we started this with Aphiri, Chimutashu, he was not even close.
“We then met them in town pataive necontract kuGramma Records. I am the owner, ndini munyori wazvo ndini mutangi wazvo, that’s why pakanzi Kapfupi, it’s my group, he came to work under me.
“Akazofurirwa nevanhu vandakashanda navo inini, vanga vasina brain dzebasa, vandakasiya vasingazive kuti chii chinonzi basa,” he said.
Kapfupi said there is no way he can argue with his employee.
“I don’t argue with my employee, he just left like what happened to Franco Slomo paakasiya kwaMacheso.
“So zvikuzonzi azoti akaroiwa, how can I bewitch my employee, there is no one who can bewitch his or her employee, but I feel pity for the life he is living now as compared to my life.
“Semuridzi wezvinhu, ndini muridzi wezvinhu, handinetsane nemushandi wangu,” said Kapfupi.
The comedian said Marabha left after being influenced by friends.
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