THE father of the late socialite and video vixen Michelle “Moana” Amuli, Ishamel Amuli, has attacked contemporary musician Jah Prayzah for disrespectful behaviour.

In a video shared by tabloid H-Metro, Mr. Amuli complains bitterly that the “Kutonga Kwaro” singer disrespected the Amuli family by featuring Moana on his video songs without first seeking permission to do so.

This is despite that Moana was an adult with her own family when she featured in music videos as well as advertising campaigns by various top national brands including Nash Paints.

Mr. Amuli, who is a conservative Moslem, insists that Jah Prayzah must have sought his approval before engaging Moana, despite that Moana’s religious beliefs were clearly not Moslem.

Moana appeared in the video for Munyaradzi, one of the popular tracks off Jah Prayzah’s critically acclaimed album ‘Hokoyo.’ Her level of acting and how she transformed herself in Jah Prayzah’s Munyaradzi song blew a lot of Zimbabweans away.

Scene in Jah Prayzah’s song Munyaradzi where Moana featured
Scenes from Munyaradzi music video: The late Moana Mimie together with Jah Prayzah 

Watch Mr. Amuli speak in the video below:

Moana, aged 26, died on November 8th when the Rolls-Royce Wraith supercar she was in with fellow socialite and friend Genius “Ginimbi” Kadungure hit a tree and burst into flames after avoiding a pocket-sized Honda Fit along Borrowdale Road. Two other people perished in the Rolls-Royce. – Zimbabwe Voice ■