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Holy Ten sets the record straight

ZimHip Hop rapper Holy Ten has finally broken the silence and set the record straight after his explicit video and photos went viral on social media.

Last week, Zimbabweans were left in a state of shock by an explicit bedroom video showing a man bearing a striking resemblance to the renowned Zim Hip Hop rapper Holy Ten engaged in explicit activities.

The scandalous nature of these images has sparked controversy on social media and fervent debate among the public, with speculations swirling about their authenticity and the identity of the individuals involved.

However, Holy Ten has finally set the record straight releasing a video statement to address the swirling controversy.

In the video, Holy Ten vehemently denied any involvement in the explicit video that has caused an uproar.

Holy Ten acknowledged the striking resemblance between himself and the person in the video but firmly asserts that it is not him engaging in the intimate encounter.

With a mix of disappointment and confusion in his voice, Holy Ten openly questions the identity of the man featured in the video, expressing his bewilderment at the entire situation. He emphasizes that the video does not depict him and urges the public to exercise caution in believing such claims without concrete evidence.

The circulation of these compromising images has raised concerns about privacy and the impact of social media on personal lives. While some believe the pictures have been digitally altered or manipulated, others argue that they are genuine but challenge the identity of the individual involved.

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