Dwayno stranded in Zimbabwe?
22 December 2016
DANCEHALL fans have raised eyebrows over Jamaican chanter Dwayno’s continued stay in the country.
Dwayno, who performed at the City Sports Centre on December 3, is still in the country and his return had been a matter of conjecture.
His performance was marred by confusion owing to the choice of venue and late kick off, prompting many to forsake the show.
“It’s true that Dwayno is still in the country and his stay is legit, he is not stranded,” said Christine Chindiro, who is behind the chanter’s visit.
Christine, who is fondly known as Iron Lady, dismissed claims they were failing to raise funds for Dwayno’s return ticket.
“People have been misinformed regarding Dwayno’s stay in the country, it’s all rumours that we are failing to cater for his return ticket.
“Before he came, we had mentioned he will be staying for a while and engaging local artistes in a few collaborations, that’s what he is doing and people must learn that,” she said.
She said Dwayno is well taken care of and not in need.
“We are taking care of Dwayno’s stay in the country and want to tell his fans that he is in good hands, all is well.
“He has made friends in the Zim dancehall circles and is currently recording a few collaborations with them.”
Dwayno has since recorded with Guspy Warrior and reports say he might be working with Soul Jah Love before he leaves.
Meanwhile, there have been reports that the Jamaican chanter was robbed at the just ended Jah Cure Concert.
He reportedly lost his mobile phone and few other belongings.
Dwayno’s visit was courtesy of Basement Sound and Ultrasonic International on an inaugural Zimbabwe-Jamaica Youth Festival ticket.