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Comic Pastor: There is no Arts Industry in Zimbabwe

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Comic Pastor: There is no Arts Industry in Zimbabwe. The Comic Pastor whose real name is Prosper Ngomashi is one of the big names when it comes to comedy in Zimbabwe, he is also a part-time singer and is so passionate about his profession.

However, he had to highlight, after the death of Soul Jah Love that it’s not all gloomy for artists in Zimbabwe with the current economic situation we are in. This artist can not rely and live on the money they get from their professions only. He indicated that they have to do extra work, extra hustles just to make a normal living.

He explained that instead of making money sometimes they even make loses but carry on anyway because they are so passionate about what they do, its a calling. Below are some of the points he shared with the country.

Soul Jah Love1

Just a quick reminder there is no Arts Industry in Zimbabwe 🇿🇼 artists make money out of a lot of things such as
1Good relationships or associations with the Rich #Mbinga
2Artists have to have a side hustle like selling clothes or other things
3Artists creating little revenue from online platforms
4 Artists getting meaningless endorsement by big companies
#Tiritega muchiround most of these artists go all out to entertain our broken and wounded Nation
Source – MbareTimes
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