Muridzo Double Crosses New Bae Months After Dumping Mai Keketso
It seems like controversy does not stay very far from Afro-fusion musician Andy Muridzo.
The talented musician seems to have developed a knack for making news headlines for all the wrong reasons. Barely four months after he dumped his song suffering wife, Mai Keketso after he was busted at his small house’s lodgings in the Avenues, the musician is now facing allegations that he is now double-crossing his new wife with another woman.
However, an angry Muridzo denied the allegations that he is cheating on Nyari Mukucha, his new wife, and described it as the work of his enemies who want to tarnish his image.
Speaking to local tabloid H-Metro, Muridzo said,
My wife was in Kwekwe over the weekend, I think it’s the work of the devil who wants to tarnish my image. It’s not true, the issue is not even associated with infidelity, but people are just fabricating the stories to tarnish.
I value fans more than anything else because they are the ones behind my success, but when something is wrong I have to correct issues forthwith. I can’t compromise my brand.
Andy Muridzo shot to fame, for most Zimbabweans, after raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda claimed that she was carrying his child. The musician actually boasted that the affair with Bev had “boosted” his career. In an interview, Muridzo said,
That matter actually made me more popular. I wasn’t affected in any way bad. I don’t know from her side but to me, it was a boost. I don’t know what she wanted to achieve by going public with such a story”
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