Popular Hip Hop artiste Holy Ten has said he now regrets working with celebrated Zimdancehall chanter Winky D on his latest offering.
Winky D released a new album on new year’s eve where he collaborated with Holy Ten on a song called Ibotso, which the latter now regrets being part of as it has been politicised.
Writing on Twitter, Holy Ten highlighted that the politicisation of the song is harming his brand.
Activists, journalists, lawyers – Split opinions will not do any good for a brand that’s trying to serve & save everyone so help me by not acting like I’ve picked a side. Do not politicize a project that I’ve considered a mere honor to be a part of. I regret it now honestly
His comments were met with a mixed bag of feelings which include;
I think that song speaks of a different issue. Speaks of flashy old guards coming for young girls.The ghetto life repeats itself for the boys banking on their girls,but they always lose.That’s all. NO POLITICS! We, your fans understand don’t mind the rest. Keep leading the youth.
Thanks for your music Mujaya. Your music is a medicine for the depressed, vane nzara, you give us hope as the youths. Your music might be politicized, its part of the game, it means you’re big and relevant to the societies. Thanks for leading the youths. Hoyooo!!!!
“I regret it now honestly” apa ndopawatozorasika worse yng man. Your investment in emotional intelligence is key to both personal & professional success. Be reserved & keep ur Emotional Quotient high wangu, mukawanza zvirehwa rehwa munodhirika semugodhi wemakorokoza
So Winky D gives a collaboration on his newest project and he happens to be the one of the greatest artists in Zimbabwe on and then you tweet that you regret it? Hectic!