YOU cannot bury feelings alive, they won’t die.
This seems true to love-struck Bev who publicly confirmed her love and affection to Kudzai Andrew Ngwenya, fondly known as Andy Muridzo, at Club Mandisa last Saturday through so many ways.
The Se_xy Angels leader who jumped on stage around midnight called herself ‘Mai Muridzo’ several times particularly before or after dancing to a song. Her sexually-arousing dances kept revellers, particularly men glued to the stage. She said “Seka zvako Mai Muridzo” several times during the show.
She danced to Muridzo’s hits, Dherira and Dhafu dhunda like she was demon-possessed before she later said, “Ndozvinoita Mai Muridzo” much to the amusement of the appreciative crowd.
Bev and Andy hogged the limelight early this year after the former revealed that she was carrying the later’s child.
Although she could not be reached for comment, it can be said she literally sent a message to her fans about her feelings for Muridzo, who has a bright future musically if he remains focused.
Bev did not disappoint. She mesmerised more than 300 revelers who packed the venue to the brim. Meanwhile, Dancers Association of Zimbabwe honoured the venue’s proprietor and show promoter, Boniface Nyamanhindi for transforming the dance industry and scaling it to dizzy heights.
“His relentless efforts to promote dancing industry should be applauded and we decided to honour him with a certificate. He has managed to transform the industry into a formidable one. His efforts do not go unnoticed,” said DAZ chairman, Harpers Mapimhidze.
Nyamanhindi has for the past two years brought to Mutare more than 20 dance groups and pole dancers from across the country, among them, Digital Queens, Hangasa Queens and Se_xy Queens. His joint also houses a resident dance group, Mandisa Queens and Kings.