Zimdancehall artist, born Energy Sylvester Chizanga otherwise known to many as Freeman HKD Boss in music circles has landed himself in hot water following his remarks which seemed to be targeting fellow uprising singer popularly known as Jah Master.
A short video clip cut from an episode when the Hello Mwari hitmaker was receiving his prize money for garnering most of the Youtube views from the Nash TV competition has since gone viral on social media.
Freeman’s critics did not take it lightly when he publicly indicated that Jah Master is just a one-hit-wonder and most of his Youtube videos have less than 500 views, and his hit song Hello Mwari only got attention because of him.
”Hapana zviripo,even inini I was watching some of his videos ka,haana kana even 500 views ,pamakanzwa kuti pane munhu ari kunzi adonhe makaita power but is tiri kuti thanks nekuti takaenda kumberi maiziva”,he said.
The HKD Boss and Felistas Murata, popularly known as Mai TT, were among the competitors who were gunning for the US$1000 reward money sponsored by Nash TV. Mai Tt grabbed the microphone and left words of support as she indicated that before his hit song Jah Master was underrated and she is happy that he has finally made it.
”Kana neni ndiri kuda kungokutendai for the support that you gave this young man .Honestly speaking before this rthymn Jah Master anga achingoitwa under rate but now Jah Master aenda ne nyika takutomupawo respect is hedu vana Mai Tt and we were not there kumutsara mari we are family and I am proud of you,were have always been proud of you uchipengereka hako ne dungaree yako but nhasi you are really looking nice uri gentleman chaiyo”,she added.
Below is a video of Freeman’s controversial remarks that have since been received with mixed reactions as critics label him as bitter and jealous.
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