No Love Lost: Andy Muridzo, Bev to Reconcile, Soon

Harare – After a week of endless drama regarding an alleged miscarriage featuring pole caresser and suggestive dancer, Beverly Sibanda and Andy Muridzo – the two concubines are set to reunite.

The duo will this Thursday reunite in Harare, barley a week after the miscarriage saga which sent media hounds into a climax, though Muridzo is yet to officially comment.

Their reunion is set for the Ice and Fire Pamuzinda as the two share the same stage. Though Bev is yet to receive a consolation message from Muridzo, she cares less, and is geared to share the stage with her former lover.
Andy Muridzo will be Action Together with Bev 

“I have recovered but Andy Muridzo is yet to say anything about it. I’m not worried about that though, I earn a living through showbiz and I have to go stage to put food on the table as I will be at Pamuzinda on Thursday.

“I will be sharing the stage with him (Andy Muridzo) and hope he will say sorry to me before the fans. We don’t have any problem with each other,” said Bev to H-metro.

Bev promised fans that show will join Muridzo on stage possibly on the song Dherira.

“I will join his band on stage. I usually dance to his song Dherira during my shows and obvious I will join him on stage,” she added.

Andy Muridzo’s camp confirmed the show which will also headline Progress Chipfumo alongside Gonyeti in performance.

“Yes we will be at Pamuzinda on Thursday with Bev, Progress Chipfumo and Gonyeti,” said Muridzo’s manager Gift Petro. And regarding the miscarriage, Petro said Bev only contacted them after the story was already published.

“She came to us after the story had already gone viral. We are not ready, however to make a statement on that,” said Petro.

Event Coordinator Josh Hozheri said everything is now in place for the show which he described as a must-attend for the show goers.

“This promises to be a massive show and to the fans we’re saying everyone on the banner will be there,” said Hozheri. - H metro/


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