Dancer Bev Sibanda finally finds a man,And the results are starting to show

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A FEMALE patron at a Harare hotel on Sunday got over-excited and jumped onto the stage where she interfered w ith raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda and the Sexy Angels’ act, but successfully got away with the prank as Bev — traditionally known to have a short fuse — kept her cool and opted to get off the stage.

The Sexy Angels were dancing to Peter Moyo’s song, Mavanga. Sources privy to what transpired told NewsDay that the patron — identified only as Rachel — has a thing going with the sungura prince, who is also believed to be seeing Bev.

Rachel disrupted the otherwise well-choreographed dance routines, attracting the attention of patrons and forcing Bev off the stage for almost half an hour, as she demanded that the security personnel kick Rachel out of the venue.

This came as a surprise to patrons who anticipated that there was going to be some punching and slapping given that Bev has earned a reputation of engaging in nasty spats with fans.

In October last year, after putting up a scintillating display alongside the Momo King Samba dancers from Brazil at the Private Lounge in a thrilling show, Bev slapped an unidentified male fan accusing him of fondling her backside.

Bev’s manager Hapaguti Mapimhidze said she had made a resolution that in 2016 she would keep her conduct in check both on and off the stage.

“For those who did not know, Bev is now the ambassador of the Dancers’ Association of Zimbabwe (DAZ) and has changed as someone who has to lead by example unlike her violent way of dealing with such cases in the past,” Mapimhidze said.

“That fan (Rachel) was wrong. We cannot tolerate such type of behaviour from fans. Both male and female fans should respect dancers as professionals.”

Mapimhidze said he had impressed upon Bev the significance of her role as the DAZ ambassador which demanded that she keeps away from the controversy that has stalked her career as a dancer.

Source-Newsday

A FEMALE patron at a Harare hotel on Sunday got over-excited and jumped onto the stage where she interfered with raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda and the Sexy Angels’ act, but successfully got away with the prank as Bev — traditionally known to have a short fuse — kept her cool and opted to get off the stage.

The Sexy Angels were dancing to Peter Moyo’s song, Mavanga. Sources privy to what transpired told NewsDay that the patron — identified only as Rachel — has a thing going with the sungura prince, who is also believed to be seeing Bev.

Rachel disrupted the otherwise well-choreographed dance routines, attracting the attention of patrons and forcing Bev off the stage for almost half an hour, as she demanded that the security personnel kick Rachel out of the venue.

This came as a surprise to patrons who anticipated that there was going to be some punching and slapping given that Bev has earned a reputation of engaging in nasty spats with fans.

In October last year, after putting up a scintillating display alongside the Momo King Samba dancers from Brazil at the Private Lounge in a thrilling show, Bev slapped an unidentified male fan accusing him of fondling her backside.

Bev’s manager Hapaguti Mapimhidze said she had made a resolution that in 2016 she would keep her conduct in check both on and off the stage.

“For those who did not know, Bev is now the ambassador of the Dancers’ Association of Zimbabwe (DAZ) and has changed as someone who has to lead by example unlike her violent way of dealing with such cases in the past,” Mapimhidze said.

“That fan (Rachel) was wrong. We cannot tolerate such type of behaviour from fans. Both male and female fans should respect dancers as professionals.”

Mapimhidze said he had impressed upon Bev the significance of her role as the DAZ ambassador which demanded that she keeps away from the controversy that has stalked her career as a dancer.

Source-Newsday

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