DJ Maphorisa Returns To Zimbabwe Again For Rick Ross Show After Barely Avoiding Arrest Last Time

DJ Maphorisa Returns To Zimbabwe Again For Rick Ross Show After Barely Avoiding Arrest Last Time
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DJ Maphorisa Returns To Zimbabwe Again For Rick Ross Show After Barely Avoiding Arrest Last Time

 

Award-winning South African record producer and singer Dj Maphorisa is heading for Zimbabwe for the first time since narrowly evading arrest.

The last time Dj Maphorisa and his Scorpion Kings co-producer Kabza De Small were in Zimbabwe, they were in hot water as a promoter sought to have them arrested.

Organisers of the Victoria Falls Carnival got a warrant of arrest for the Amapiano duo following claims they had swindled the Zimbabwean promoters of R315 000. The pair had failed to show up at the Victoria Falls Carnival in April this year despite pocketing booking fees.

The Scorpion Kings duo parted with R315 000 which they paid to the Sheriff of the High Court of Zimbabwe securing their freedom which allowed them to travel back to South Africa.

One would expect Dj Maphorisa to steer clear of Zimbabwe for a while given that he was almost arrested the last time he performed in the country. However, the Banyana hitmaker is expected in the country on Friday for Rick Ross’ maiden performance in Zimbabwe.

DJ Maphorisa Joins Lineup For Rick Ross' Zim Show
DJ Maphorisa Joins Lineup For Rick Ross’ Zim Show

 

 

Madhumane, as Dj Maphorisa is also known by his legion of fans, was added to the list of performers at Rick Ross’ concert scheduled to take place on Friday. His addition to the list of performers was confirmed by the Rick Ross show organisers Roar Entertainment on Friday morning.

DJ Maphorisa will join fellow South African musician Nasty C on the list of performers.

The concert organisers also took time to inform would-be concertgoers that VVIP tables were sold out while a limited number of VIP tables are still available for purchase.

Maybach Music head honcho Rick Ross is expected to bring down the house as he performs at the Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) for the first time.

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