Monday, 5 June 2017

Jah Prayzah and Military Touch Movement Fails The Grand Challenge -- Booed Off The Stage

The OK Grand Challenge held at the Borrowdale Racecourse in Harare on Saturday was full of mixed emotions. It brought joy for some while for others it brought sadness after they failed to win the numerous prizes that were on offer.

Several cars and other prizes were up for grabs at the annual shoppers’ event, most of which were won by people from Hatfield and Mbare in Harare with a few lucky ones from Bulawayo and other parts of the country.

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As the names of the winners were announced, some celebrated prematurely, only to learn at the verification point that they had misheard as it was not their names which had been called out. One man fell victim to this. He collapsed upon learning that the ultimate prize — a Nissan Navara double cab was not coming his way as the surname that had been called out was not his.

But, these were not the only people who had a bad day at the horse racing event which attracted a full house.

Jah Prayzah’s Military Touch Movement (MTM) which headlined the event’s after-party were put to test but put up a dismal show as most artistes showed they had a long way to go in terms of live performances.

Worst affected was Nutty O who was one of the first performers. This was his first appearance on a big stage with over 10 000 people watching.

It was clear his music was not known by the masses and they, instead of trying to get to know his music, booed him off the stage. Though he tried to introduce himself to them with a performance of MTM artistes hit track — Chekeche, the crowd would not cooperate and instead started throwing cans and bottles at him. Nutty O was left with no option but to leave the stage.
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