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Bounty Lisa now fit and ready to rock. The female chanter told H-Metro that she will soon drop some entertaining stuff for the public. Dancehall chanter, Bounty Lisa has declared that she is now back to her fitness and poured out her gratitude to Zimbabweans who rallied behind her during her difficult times.

Said Bounty Lisa, “Ndava bho manje but I am not going to disclose much information. “I want to thank everyone who helped me. “I don’t know how to thank you all for what you have done.

“I received financial support, moral and even spiritual support from all over the country.  “Zimbabweans have taken my problem to be theirs and to me it made my life easy,” she said.

The singer had developed a growth on her leg known medically as Lipoma. She underwent a surgical procedure to remove the growth at West End Hospital and the entertainer believes she is now fit.

The 27-year-old also she is still reluctant to share all the details of her medical condition with the public as she is still mentally recovering from the whole ordeal.

“I don’t feel comfortable to tell everyone what I went through but maybe later. “You will be the first one to know when the right time comes. “For now ngatisayanei nenyaya iyi but ndaaabho manje and I am coming back to music full time,” she said.

Last month she dropped an EP titled Gangsta Wife and it’s still yet to penetrate the music market. It carries six tracks namely the title track Gasta Wife, Give thanks, Fake, Attention, Ten Timer and Quick Math.

Source – iHarare

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