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IT’S AN UNHOLY ACT, HOLY TEN CRIES FOUL…Star rapper warns those who are targeting him…His manager says he was attacked for no reason

HOLY Ten’s camp has described the mob, which attacked the rapper during a show in Zvishavane at the weekend, as a pack of ‘HOOLIGANS.”

The camp has also dismissed social media claims that the star rapper was attacked for performing only four songs during his show.

The star’s manager, Tinashe Guvava, said some residents of Zvishavane now have a history of attacking musicians when they come to perform in their town.

Holy Ten has transformed himself to become one of the top musicians in the country.

In a video, which has gone viral on Instagram, a mob can be seen chasing the rapper outside the venue of the show and attacking him.

Someone can even be heard yelling: “Holy Ten anouraiwa uyu.”

Missiles were thrown onto the stage and a commuter omnibus, belonging to his team, was also attacked during the chaotic scenes.

It is still unclear why the mob attacked the star rapper.

His manger, Guvava, blasted the mob and said:

“They just attacked him for no reason, the people Zvishavane have a bad history of attacking artists.

“It also happened when Soul Jah Love was alive, he was attacked on stage.

“All is good from our end, no bad blood between the Zvishavane people and us.”

The rapper has been on the road to promote his album Risky Life 2, which he dropped on February 10.

The album features songs like Banga, Secondary School, Sorry Boss and Baba Vasina Basa.

Holy Ten also hit back at the people who celebrate his challenges.

He shared a video on Instagram in which he says:

“Pane vanhu vakuda kutijairira…trust me it’s bad.

“Inini I work hard and I can tell you that Risky Life 2 album wasn’t easy for me because there is no single cent I got from the sponsors or anyone who offered me anything.

“Pane vanhu vakuda kutijaira, this is not right.

“Sometimes you try to express yourself, vanhu vachida masubscribers and they have one controversial statement,” he said.



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