Holy Ten likens Winky D to a snake, regrets album feature

Zim Hip Hop singer Holy Ten has continued his attack at Dancehall chanter Winky D likening him to a snake in apparent fallout since the pair worked on a recent song titled "Ibotso" off Eureka album.

HARARE – Zim Hip Hop singer Holy Ten has continued his attack at Dancehall chanter Winky D likening him to a snake in apparent fallout since the pair worked on a recent song titled “Ibotso” off Eureka album.

The collaboration, which has not been warmly accepted within the ZANU PF corridors, is one of a number of features on the album rich with political satire and life issues.

Winky D, real name, Wallace Chirumiko, released the highly publicised Eureka album earlier this year with songs such as “Chauruka” featuring Tocky Vibes and “Dzimba Dzemabwe” featuring Shingai among others.

In a recent interview which has gone viral online, Holy Ten said that when he agreed to that collaboration with Winky D, it was like “when the serpent convinced Eve to eat the forbidden fruit.”

He claims that the Gafa President misled him into believing the collaboration was a musical piece only to realise afterwards that it was a political project.

Holy Ten stated in response to the interviewer’s enquiry about whether he regrets featuring on Winky D’s album “I wouldn’t have done a song with WINGY GEE. That’s me avoiding to be sued.”

Reacting to the interview online, journalist Hopewell Chin’ono chided Holy Ten, real name, Mukudzei Chitsama calling him to stop player hating.

“My brother Holly, stop player hating. Winky D has been doing this music thing for decades, so you might learn something from engaging with him without dissing him. Winky D is bigger, that is why everyone was happy to see him give you an opportunity to duet!”

– Hopewell Chin’ono (Award winning Investigative journalist)
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