DANCERS GET NAUGHTY
27 October 2017
‘I CAN LIVE WITHOUT SEX’
. . . six months no sex . . . I don’t need a boyfriend
. . . explicit dances at DAZ celebrations
WHILE many associate the dancing industry with ‘sex work’ or raunchiness, one of the longest serving dancers Wasu Dacoda – real name Patricia Makwame – says she can live without sex.
Wasu claims she has gone for more than six months without sex, a secret behind her survival in the industry.
She, however, admitted that a number of men stalk her since she showcases her body on stage but she knows how to deal with perverts.
The Syndicate Queens leader also said she does not have a boyfriend and if she wants sex she can just find one for an ‘ODI’ with no feelings attached.
“I don’t have a boyfriend and I can live without sex,” she said on the sidelines of Dancers Association of Zimbabwe 11th Anniversary on Wednesday.
“As we speak I have gone for more six months ndisati ndambokw****. Ndogona kutorarama more than that.
“Kana zemo rabata ndongotsvaga anosota zve two minutes otobuda oenda but in my life I don’t have a boyfriend and I don’t think I will have one.
“I have my own way of dealing with men, because in this industry you need to be strong otherwise you end up sleeping with everyone,” she said.
Wasu also urged fellow dancers to be principled if they are to live long in showbiz industry.
She was part of the dancers who performed at the celebrations which saw more than 20 dance good groups converging at City Sports Bar.
The acts which were dominated by naughty routines saw a number fans mainly men jostling to get closer to the stage to get a closer glimpse of the moves.
Some of the acts were so explicit that some ‘drooling’ fans had to breach the Censorship and Entertainment Act for a moment as they jumped on stage to caress dancers.
Meanwhile, DAZ president Harpers Mapimhidze described the event as a success.
“This is a success; we have celebrated 11 years in the industry in style. We have hosted a number of dance groups and you know it’s hard to control them as they end up breaching some of the rules but we have tried our best,” said Harpers.