Zim dancehall singer Killer T – who was recently caught up in a storm following the death of his suspected teenage lover Michelle “Mimi” Kambanga – is fast earning an unflattering “ladies man” tag after two women reportedly fought over him in Mbare at the weekend.
The young women, identified only as Ruvimbo and Grace of Chitungwiza and Mbare, respectively, allegedly fought over the popular musician during fellow chanter Kapito’s birthday bash on Saturday at Matapi Block 2 Hall in Mbare in scenes that drew the attention of merrymakers.
Sources at the bash told NewsDay that the clash was nasty, as the women exchanged blows.
Contacted for comment, Ruvimbo, however, denied that she was interested in Killer T – popularly known as Chairman in dancehall circles – since he was a married man and they were only friends.
“There is nothing like that. We did not fight for Chairman, it was something else,” she said. “Queen (Grace) was spreading rumours about me and we bumped into each other at the party and exchanged blows.
“I do not go for married men and I do not fight for men.”
Ruvimbo yesterday took her frustrations to WhatsApp, where she wrote: “I compromised a lot for you… Handidi kuona uchisuffer (I dont want to see you suffer) even though you fail to do the same for me” and then quickly changed it to “I’m regretting the time I spent dating you. I fought many girls over you.”
The last sentiments – which she said were taken from Lady Squanda’s song – are believed to have been targeted at Killer T. Efforts to get a comment from the dancehall star or his manager were fruitless as their mobile phones were not reachable.