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Mugabe sons endorse Nasty C’s Iyvson tour. Headlined by South African rapper Nasty C, the show will be held at Pabloz Car Park in Borrowdale on December 21. Top performers Desmond “Stunner” Chideme T Gonzi and Takura have been included in the line-up. Tripplelife, an entertainment stable owned by Chatunga Mugabe and his inner circle, has endorsed rapper King 98 ahead of the last leg of the Ivyson Tour.

Other rappers who make the line-up complete include Kikky Badass, Gemini Major, Tellaman, Rowlene. While all the groundwork has been done, it is the input of Triplife which is set to add colour at the event. In an interview, show coordinator and King 98’s most trusted lieutenant DJ Simmz said they have embraced their new partners.

“We have covered much of the groundwork ahead of the show with Triplife Entertainment which is run by the Mugabe boys endorsing the show,” he said.

Asked what King 98 who has brokered the deal has in common with the Mugabe boys and how he convinced them, DJ Simmz said: “They are more of the same age and they all have big dreams to reach out there. “Triplife liked King 98’s album named Francesca so we started meeting them in South Africa where the relationship grew.”

DJ Simmz said all the preparations were well on course with advance tickets going on sale today. “We are only waiting for the date of the show to come and nothing much. “As for show tickets, they are now soon sale,” Simmz said the last leg of the Ivyson Tour was part of King 98’s effort to raise funds for a number of charities.

“We can’t reveal the figure we want to raise for foundations because we are not doing this for profit. “We are only concerned by the welfare of the beneficiaries and changing people’s lives is all we want to do,” he said. As part of creating hype of his visit, Nasty C was recently in Zimbabwe where he toured a number of schools and ghettos promoting the event.

He also gave a number of radio and press interviews where he was humbled by the hospitality he received in Harare. Nasty C toured a number of such as Dominican Convent, St John’s and Gateway College, Vainona High, Cornway College. Considering his humble background, Nasty C is a testimony that nothing is impossible in life once we remain committed.

He easily won hearts of teenagers at schools with some lucky fans winning show tickets. His since been endorsed by most teenagers and young people who have been making enquiries about show tickets. Not to be outdone are college students who can’t wait to catch Nasty C and King 98 on stage.

Ivyson Tour is a brainchild of Nasty C who was remembering his late mother Ivy. He toured all the provinces in South Africa along with Zim Hip Hope game-changer King 98. After a series of shows in his home-land, Nasty C decided to honour his good buddy King 98 by holding the last leg of the show on December 21.

Source – H-Metro

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