Controversial Zimbabwean rapper Holy Ten has courted ire on social media after he was spotted performing Winky D’s hit song ‘Ibotso’ in East London, South Africa.
Holy Ten, who recently launched a scathing attack on Winky D, accusing him of tricking him after he featured him on the song Ibotso, performed the very same song at a gig last night.
The video of Holy Ten performing ibotso has since sparked outrage on social media as twimbos are accusing him of being a hypocrite and a dunderhead.
Watch Holy Ten performing IBOTSO last night in SA
Winky D #WinkyD #Eureka #Ibotso pic.twitter.com/IvuZbQIqWL
— Eugene Magazine (@tinasheugene) March 5, 2023
Here are some of the reactions;
Holy ten singing ibotso in cape town and fans going wild….what a f**n hypocrite. enabler
Why is he still singing this song, pple should sabotage him the moment he starts singing this song on his shows
Why is Holy Ten still performing a song he was “tricked” into singing???
So Holy Ten is happy to perform a song he insults Winky D over?
Holy Ten was performing Ibotso vanotora zvevapfupi nekureba yesterday in East London SA ndopaunoona kuti zvaaitaura paye disowning Winky D aityiswa nezanu bcos angobuda munyika ndoyaanoimba kkkkkk so who is fooling who
Holy Ten’s ‘ibotso’ performance comes barely 2 months after he hurled insults at Winky D and dragged him on social media. The rapper said he regretted working with celebrated Zimdancehall chanter Winky D on his latest offering.
Holy Ten, who seemed to be on a mission to tarnish and destroy Winky D, labelled him a snake
“It can’t have been a setup. Because at the end of the day, even a snake… The man you are talking about is a snake longer than his dreadlocks. But even the snake did not force that apple on Eve. She was partly involved.
He spoke, and she made a decision. I am Eve..,” Holy Ten said during the Podcast.
Meanwhile, back home in Zimbabwe, Winky D’s show in Chitungizwa was marred by chaos and controversy as the Zimbabwe Republic Police shut down his show. Winky D was hit by a bottle in the head during the melee.