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Ninja Lipsy: I miss live shows. Lipsy who used to feature on Winky D’s performances said her source of income is music but has since ventured into entrepreneurship to complement her music. Zimdancehall chanter Ninja Lipsy, real name Tendazvaitwa Chitimbe, says she misses performing live to her fans.

“It’s not a secret we have been affected by Covid-19 and honestly I miss gigs. “That’s our source of income and we have robbed by Covid-19. “My wish is to entertain a full house again.

“Since we are not doing shows I have now ventured into baking cakes , making crochet, beads and hand bags among other things,” she said.

She added: “Covid-19 has affected everyone because now hatitorina mabasa and we also lost our loved ones. “I encourage people to continue following all the orders and regulations which help to combat Covid-19.

“We should maintain social distancing, sanitise, get vaccinated and even avoid unnecessary movements.” Ninja Lipsy who is yet to drop an album said she will drop three or four singles before the end of year.

“I don’t have an album yet but I have just singles and compilations. “I have about four singles collection. “We plan but God has the final say in whatever we do.

“I am planning to drop three or four tracks and also grow my business as well,” said Lipsy.She also said she does not plan collaborations. “I don’t plan collaborations but I just do it.

“Of all the collaborations I have done so far akaplanwa haasvike three. “We just do it and most of the collabos come out very nice. “It just happens naturally and I like that.”

Source – H-Metro

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