Freeman refutes arrest claims
12 December 2016
CHANTER Freeman has dismissed rumours circulating on social media that he has been arrested over the weekend with links to South African based tycoon Tendai Musekiwa aka Silent Killer.
Social media has been awash with reports that the HKD boss has been arrested.
Freeman has described the reports as, “the work of the devil and his disciples who are trying to pull him down.”
The false reports were that Freeman was arrested in Kuwadzana.
“I was never arrested and I have never been convicted of any crime. I am currently in Mutare and I was never been in Kuwadzana on Saturday.
“It’s the work of the devil, I had a successful show in Chipinge on Saturday and after the show I was escorted to my car by a police officer. Someone took a picture when I was with a police officer and circulated it on Facebook and WhatsApp.
“Success is a result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty and persistence.
“What my parents taught me ever since I was a kid in Bindura was that ndinodya cheziya (I earn through working hard).
“There are no secrets to success, success is not an accident it is achieved through hard work, sacrifices as well as perseverance.”
Freeman also told this publication that these malicious allegations strengthen him and gives him a zeal to do better.
“The more they talk about me the more they give me strength. Honestly I have been through thick and thin. I have struggled and worked hard to be who I am.
“I am always in the studio trying to make ends meet rehearsing and I have had sleepless nights performing on shows.
“I am the HKD boss and I work for my life. I do not steal and I have never been convicted for any criminal deeds.
“I enjoy my own sweat. Ndingatotadzira Mwari not kutadzira nyika by the virtue that I am a human being but I seek for his mercy.”
“A dream doesn’t become reality through magic but it takes sweat, determination and hard work. To be a champion you have to see the big picture.
“It’s not about winning or losing but it’s all about day today hard work. It’s about embracing the pain that you will experience at the end of the race and being courageous.
“I am optimistic about life and I promise to deliver the best where ever I get an opportunity. I respect my fans and I love them all as well as those who are trying to tarnish my image.”