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Bev Sibanda keeps us entertained as she does her own live video dancing

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Bev before Lockdown

Bev Sibanda keeps us entertained as she does her own live video dancing. After her marriage to United Kingdom-based Chambuka Mufudzi at the Harare Magistrates’ Court last month, some thought Bev would quit her dancing job to focus on her marriage, but with this latest line-up of shows, it is clear she is not slowing down.

Raunchy dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda, who recently got married, is certainly not leaving her trade for anything as she has lined up a series of shows in Bulawayo and Victoria Falls where she has vowed to showcase extra erotic moves.

Bev, who is popular for her suggestive dance moves, since the lockdown she has never showcased her talent. She one time asked Ginimbi to perform on his popular Ginimbi Live but seems the socialite/businessman declined Bev’s request. So what did she decide to do, well your guess is good as mine, she danced on her on. But we saw something too on her physical appearance.

After images from her marriage surfaced, some were convinced that Bev was pregnant as her stomach had a bulge. She, however, dismissed the pregnancy rumours, saying she has gained weight. “I’m not pregnant at all. It’s only that I’ve gained weight so these rumours should be dismissed,” she said.

From the video below you can see the bulgy stomach again. Check the video below

Source – MbareTimes

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