in News, Showbiz / on January 13, 2014 at 7:41 am /
HARARE – Contemporary musician Jah Prayzah’s key dancer Evidence Mudzingo, affectionately known as Generator, has been fired again from Third Generation band due to indiscipline.
Jah Prayzah’s manager Filda Muchabaiwa made the revelation over the weekend at Jazz 105 where Generator was missing missing in action.
“Generator is not here with us because she was fired because of her unbecoming behaviour in public, especially in front of our fans. We can’t keep on tolerating her at the expense of our fans,” she said.
On New Year’s eve it is said that Generator picked up a fan’s phone at the Harare International Conference Centre where they had a gig with superstar Oliver Mtukudzi and Sulumani Chimbetu, and demanded payment to return it.
“When we performed at HICC on New Year’s eve, Generator picked a phone and demanded to be given US$50 as token of appreciation and the fan agreed to that and reported the case to the police.
“The following day Generator and some girls wanted to attack the fan before the police arrived and she was arrested.”
After the incident, the band agreed expel her out as she was tarnishing the reputation of Third Generation.
“We all agreed as a band to expel her. The other time when we were having a show she fought with a female fan over a certain guy and this is not the kind of behaviour our group is known for. Most of our fans complain of her behaviour and now we are doing well without her,” added Muchabaiwa.
Despite her absence at the Jazz 105 show, the band gave a mature and polished act.
Jah Prayzah proved to his fans that he’s still a force to reckon in 2014 as he dished out most of his hits like “Tsviriyo”, “Ngwarira Kuparara”, “Sisiria” that kept people on their feet. Apart from the old songs, the contemporary crooner sampled a new song titled “My Love”, which is about a Nigerian girl.