Amapiano fever grips Bulawayo

24 Jan, 2020 - 00:01 0 Views
Amapiano fever grips Bulawayo

B-Metro

Bubelo Moyo

Kokoko. Expecte bani? Phoyisa . . . Hamba nomaPhorisa!!!

As Bulawayo party lovers await the return of the Scorpion Kings duo as Amapiano kingpins Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa are now known, social media fanatics in the country have followed suit to the neighbouring country and have joined in the Phoyisa challenge.

This is after the Scorpion Kings Phoyisa song which they released at the beginning of the month is topping charts and set to be an early year banger.

South Africa’s music terrorising duo, DJ Maphorisa and Kabza de Small are set to deliver a show stopping performance in front of the Bulawayo nightlife and Amapiano genre lovers at BAC nightclub tomorrow on the 25th of January.

Exactly six months ago, the Amapiano most wanted Kasi DJ, Kabza de Small made his debut visit to the City of Kings alone, where he was warmly welcomed by the genre hungry fans in a full house at Cosmopolitan nightclub. DJ Maphorisa, also at the same venue, received the same reception in December 2018.

Is the show a safe place?

With the smash and grab and two-finger robbers fast rising koNtuthuziyathunqa, revellers are no longer safe to enjoy freely.

Judging from the scenarios of Kabza de Small’s last show where many revellers were subject to being robbed, fears have been raised on whether to attend or not.

“Kabza de Small is fire but with all the memories of what happened last year August in his debut show, we are not safe,” said one reveller Valentine Sibanda.

A week after the banger show by the prodigy Kabza last year, saw many fun lovers crying foul to ticket scams and robberies. Some lost their costly smartphones and jewellery.

Taking note of the venue’s location where robbers are always on the alert to pounce on passerbys, especially by the 12th avenue extension bridge coming from the city centre, event organisers have promised to tighten security details.

Organiser of the event, Patrice Manyathela assured the public of a sturdy safety measure as he said he would not like to see any scenarios of robberies on a special day which coincides with his birthday.

“Security will be tight and we are working closely with law enforcement officers to ensure that the event runs smoothly without any complications.

“People should not hesitate but come in numbers as we shut down January 2020 in a memorable showcase of fun,” he said. 

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