Popular rapper Desmond “Stunner” Chideme was reportedly arrested in Durban, South Africa after physically assaulting his girlfriend.
According to an undisclosed source, Stunner was out partying with his girlfriend when one of the big boys they were hanging out with hit on his girl.
According to the source, his girlfriend did not hesitate giving out her number, a development which infuriated Stunner into physically attacking her.
This is not the singer’s first time to be implicated in gender-based violence issues.
Last year, he was dragged to court for being physical with his then wife Dyonne Tafirenyika. However, the court acquitted him.
Meanwhile, Mike Chimombe-led youth empowerment outfit, Economic Empowerment Group (EEG) has called for the ban of multi-award winning Zimdancehall chanter, Winky D from performing in the the country.
This comes after Winky D’s release of his album Eureka Eureka which a section of scholars and academics said has heavy political undertones.
Addressing journalists yesterday, EEG representatives said they would want for Winky D to be banned from performing until he starts singing nation building content.
Hip Hop artiste, Holy Ten has since said he now regrets working with Winky D on his latest offering.
In the new album, Winky D collaborated with Holy Ten on a song called Ibotso, which the latter now regrets being part of as it has been “politicised.”
Writing on Twitter, Holy Ten highlighted that the politicisation of the song is harming his brand.
Activists, journalists, lawyers – Split opinions will not do any good for a brand that’s trying to serve & save everyone so help me by not acting like I’ve picked a side. Do not politicize a project that I’ve considered a mere honor to be a part of. I regret it now honestly