25 March 2019

Zimbabwe: Fans Demand More Nudes From Vimbai Zimuto

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Posters and placards are all over Vimbai Zimuto's latest visuals of Vasikana Vese posted on Youtube last week in demand of more nudity.

Vimbai, who set social media ablaze in recent weeks after posting a series of nude pictures, teased her followers with a nude cover that made people anticipate for more x-rated material in the video, only to find the singer fully dressed throughout the three minutes 47 seconds hit.

In protest, viewers took to the comment box to express their disappointment

le grand roy

Ko akapfeka wani, I'm disappointed, all those pics and now nthn

Loveness Jera

Ndichiri kungotsvaga ma nudes andaona pa cover iyo

Ali Naka4 days ago

The video could have been better nude

Phineas Chizhwende5 days ago (edited)

Ko ingawani akapfeka!! Ndanga ndichida kuona zvimwe zviya

Liberty M Nhamburo5 days ago

Ko hauna kuita zviya zviya wani ndoo zvandavinga ini

While some were yearning for more nudity, some took the opportunity to reign in on the singer cautioning her to work and improve her image.

"Yeah it's a good and educational song but vanhu they're complaining about your identity mwanasikana. Chengeta ma nudes ako wega or kusendera muface wako we can't deny you to do that but not on social media. Some people won't come to your show with their family members because they don't know what you gonna do apa panenge pane vanyarikani. ndizvo chete zvandinazvo kwauri mwanasikana," commented one viewer

"I luv the African sound of it. Mbira etc our music must never die. Keep doing that kwete ma nudes please," added another concerned music lover.

Zimuto shot way into the limelight last year with a highly sensual music video called Hapana Kwaunoenda.


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