Zhakata’s show attracts 20 (twenty) people
ZORA music maestro Leonard Karikoga Zhakata’s show at Specimen in Glen Norah over the weekend reportedly attracted a paltry crowd of only 20 people.
The show failed to kick off on time as there were very few people at the venue, and the delay was mean to crank up the numbers, but people still would not show up.
A reveller who tried to negotiate for a discounted entry fee with the bouncers was heard saying:
Handisi kuda kumbogara mukati umu ini, ndiri kuda kungonzwa hangu Madam Boss ndodzoka zvangu paden (I’m not here for the whole show, I just want to see him perform Madam Boss then I go back home).
Zhataka took the airwaves by storm when he released his immortal song “Mugove” in the 1990s. His fame continued to soar for over a decade with songs such as Gomba Remarara, Upenyu Mutoro and Pane Ziya Pane Dovi.
However, the Mugove hitmaker’s fortunes nosedived when he released ‘Mubikira’ which resulted in the censorship of his music by ZBC. — 263chat