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Stunner Mum On Olinda Saga


Stunner Mum On Olinda Saga

Rapper, Stunner, has denied commenting on his ex-wife Olinda Chapel’s recent viral post.


The post was believed to have been meant for Tytan, her latest husband whom she parted ways with In the post-Olinda Chapel cited that Stunner was better off.

She posted: “Ndopaunoona kuti Stunner Da Des waiva ngirozi zvake *evil.”

Asked to comment on the issue, Stunner refused, says he does not want to be involved in issues that do not concern him. He preferred to talk about the good reception his recent album Ghetto Chronides has received from the hip hop and music fans at large.

“I don’t want to comment on these issues, they do not concern me. “All I can say is I am in a good and happy since right now, I am just minding my business which is my music. “I just want to thank the fans that have been supporting the album, even the number of show bookings I have now have risen because of the album. “From the bottom of my heart, I am grateful to the people that have bought the album and to those that haven’t let’s support by buying the album,” he said.

Despite refusing to comment on the issue, Stunner could be seen using the “hashtag Ngirozi” on some of his social media posts.

Meanwhile, Stunner is billed to perform in South Africa this weekend. He is expected to host Beejay’s Pool Party this Saturday afternoon at a secret location and then at club Florida in the evening. On Sunday, he performs at Alicats Pub.



Marry Chiwenga nee Mubaiwa is an ex-model and the wife of Vice President of Zimbabwe, Constantino Chiwenga who is a Retired Commander of the Zimbabwe Defense Forces.


Marry was born in 1983. She is the daughter of Kenny Mubaiwa, who is the Chairman of Dynamos Football Club. She is a mother of 6 children….more here

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