Bev Sibanda: Handina kurambwa I’m still married. In a Facebook status, the self-styled “Queen of dance” who is known for her energetic performances on stage, addressed rumours that she and United Kingdom-based Chambuka Mufudzi had gone their separate ways.
Controversial raunchy dancer and leader of the Sexxy Angels dance group, Beverly ‘Bev’ Sibanda has addressed divorce rumours.
Bev went on to ask a friend to clarify that she and her husband are still together. She posted: Byron Bibo Mulinga vaye vaiti ndakarambwa tel them dzedzi hauna kuvaona here. (Byron Bibo Mulinga tell those who said I was divorced that you saw my husband at home when you visited).
This is not the first time the dancer has addressed divorce rumours. Earlier this year, Bev took to social media to defend herself and her marriage following reports that her marriage was on the rocks because she allegedly stole money from Mufudzi.
In setting the record straight, Bev said that people had rushed to the wrong conclusions after an account, purportedly belonging to her husband, posted that some money had been stolen.
Speaking to social media personality Mai Titi during a Facebook live streaming video, Bev said. “Ivo anasoromedia vakunyepa, he posted his story without any name why are people thinking it’s me.
“He is in UK and I am here in Zimbabwe why makamhanya kuti ndiBev, he doesn’t have a social media account, plus inini handimhanyire kubvunza murume mari yaanotambira because anozofunga kuti you are after mari yake. “I am happy with him, why didn’t he say Bev akaba mari,” according to local publication.
Source – Zimeyenews
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