Tekno’s maiden show on Zimbabwean soil had been compromised by recent developments that saw the show promoters’ father resign as president of Zimbabwe.
Vijay Hundu‚ who is the spokesperson of TripLife Entertainment‚ told media in Zimbabwe the show had been moved to February 14 next year because of‚ “unforeseen circumstances”.
However‚ through Facebook and other social media accounts‚ Bellarmine declared the show would go on.
“We are still ON‚” he wrote. His post was followed by one that said‚ “Juju won’t stop the show‚ enemy of progress!”
Despite events unfolding in Zimbabwe‚ the social media-loving Mugabe boys didn’t go into hibernation. Bellarmine even had time to brag as well as take potshots at his social media rival‚ Wellence Mujuru‚ son of Joice Mujuru‚ his father’s former vice president before Emmerson Mnangagwa.
“ushungo will always remain the champion of champions! Proud of you Gushungo Proud of Dad. Gushungo always and forever to death people like Wellence Mujuru celebrate and march became of Jealous (sic)‚” he posted.
Tekno will perform at the Alexandra Sports Club in Harare.