Killer T was in the UK recently and he stopped by BBC studios to do an interview with DJ Edu on BBC1 Xtra and it wasnt that good.

Perhaps you haven’t heard, let me tell you Killer T broke that queen’s language from left to right, but we dont blame him, seriously, its a second language, plus maybe the pressure?!

At one point the Chairman actually had to explain in Shona what he wanted to say, asked when he started music, Killer T replied, “… let me explain it in Shona, ndovanhu (ghetto youths) vainzwisisa ngoma rangu.” Another moment was when he was asked to explain the meaning of his recent track ‘Bvunza Tinzwe‘  he just said “Yayayaya…the manager can explain” to which his manager Kudzai “Supa” Biston came in to help.

Since this interview dropped it has been shared ‘like seriously’ on social media and has even gathered over 50,000 combined views on Youtube. You can check the full interview below:



Fans & Celebs Pouring Sympathy

Some fans have taken an initiative to support the Zimbabwean dancehall artist over his infamous interview.

Bee Tsitsi Muchuwa

Chirungu (English) is not a sign of intelligence. Please sit down and be humble. #KillerT

Clemy Vidic Jnr Rtg

Nyangwe mukataura zvakaipa about interview ya Killer T chairman but chandoziva ma dollar varikuisa muhomwe.

Messi world best footballer haagone chirungu zvazoshamisa because zvaitwa na chairman.

Kana mazogara usajairire Mambo

Grace Mukono

Killer T don’t mind mboko idzo isu will support you to the end. We love and support you killer
God bless you.

Shepherd Willow Papoosé

Ghetto youthies! Pfee ipapo nebroken ENGLISH yedu iyoyo.

Taurai ka vhet renyu ikoko makadzidza stereki, makaenda kuma group A schools…
Supporting my colleague Killer T (Kelvin Kusikwenyu.)

Bruce Bodyslam Chaya

#Chirungu hachisi ticket rekupinda denga

Tikagara gara toyeuchidzana nhaika

Jackie Tinovimbika Ngarande

We can only rise by lifting others. Those who can read and write, add or subtract, think they have made it in life.

As Africans i personally think we should embrace each other and make Africa a better place for our children.

I mastered English language quite well, though i might not pronounce words as expected but i try ko chirungu chaukauya nengarava ka ,chimwe chakadonhera mumvura, But its not an achievement at all.

Never make fun of someone who speaks broken English. It means they know another language. The only language most probably spoken in hell is ENGLISH.

Swahili,Zulu,Shona, Nyanja,luganda and kikuyu etc is spoken in Heaven. OH YES


Plot Mhako

Killer T to me is a revolutionary. I hope the conversation mutates to change

Carl Joshua Ncube

We validate ourselves too much with the English language. our ignorance is so apparent right now with this killer t interview, but like I said Zimbabweans must not think literacy and an accent is the same as intelligence


Comments as seen in HMetro

The video is HERE. Killer T just dropped the video that made news a few weeks ago with viral pictures. Like the one Killer T was looking all fresh and the ones with Killer T in a coffin. These pictures made noise for a lot of reason, but we are here to talk about the fresh video, right?

Watch the brand new video from Killer T, the Chairman, for Bvunza Tinzwe. The video for the song which asks questions about death and what happens after, was shot at a cemetery and yes, features an almost scary moment when a coffin with Killer T in it was opened!



WE are only in March of 2017 and Killer T is already breaking the Internet.

Social media has gone into a frenzy for the past few weeks after a picture of Killer T with a new look or as the ladies would put it “looking fine!”, made its way into our phones, laptops and literally everywhere.

So whats the fuss about a picture, you ask? Well if you knew the Mbare-bred chanter, who rose to fame after dropping ‘Makarova Gunners‘ a few years ago, before the endless tours to the UK, before he could afford to own a ride, before he had nice clothes, well you would understand what the fuss is about.

Killer T was once a Mbare hustler, just trying to find a living. The picture has been hailed by many as a symbol of rugs to riches. It has also sparked a trend on social media, with a before and after picture (below) titled ‘you [are] not ugly, you [are] just broke’ implying the transformation of the singer is a result of his success that has bagged him a few thousands.

Although some have went on to call out the artist for allegedly bleaching to look like American celebrities and not being proud of his roots, many have applauded the transformation.

Killer T before and after pic!

As much as Zimdancehall has been seen as a  Ghetto culture, a hobby for the jobless Ghetto-yuts, it has proved to be a viable and well paying employer for those who do well, Killer T is just one of the few that have managed to turn a new page in their lives through it. Winky D, Ninja Lipsy, Souljah Love, Seh Calaz are just a few examples of some artists who managed to shine in the game.

The only part of any list we care about, is the dancehall part and the freshly released NAMA nominees list is no exception.

More like last year (link for ZIMA) two artist are representing us this year which are Kelvin Kusikwenyu aka Killer T with one nomination for Outstanding Song (Takangodaro) and Wallace Chirimuko aka Winky D with two nominations for Outstanding Male and Album (Gafa Futi).

As suspected Winky D is head to head with Jah Prayzah for his two nominations although Jah is leading with three nominations also facing Killer T for Outstanding Song (Mudhara Vachauya).

Empress Fungie (Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave) is also on the list, but we are not sure if she is officially Zimdancehall yet.

It would be interesting to see if the two Zimdancehall artists manage to stop Jah Prayzah from scooping all the nominations at the Award show set for February 18 at 7 Arts in Avondale, Harare.


Outstanding Actor
Fortune Ruzungunde in Untikolotshi
Mehluli Dube in Warrior
Everson Ndlovu in Liberation
Outstanding Actress
Rumbidzai Karize in Liberation
Tsitsi Gumbo in Untikolotshi
Farirai Mukumba in The Graduate
Outstanding Theatrical Production
Untikolotshi by Theatre for Everyone
Liberation by Savanna Trust
Warrior by Umkhathi Theatre Works
Special Mention
The Dream by Chaplin High School Drama Club
Outstanding Director
Charles Munganasa for The Graduate
Styx Mhlanga for Untikolotshi
Matesu Dube for Warrior
Outstanding Poet
Tinashe Tafirenyika
Lerato Ndlovu aka    Nqindi
Desire Moyo
Outstanding Comedian
Ntandoyenkosi Moyo aka Ntando Van Moyo
Samantha Kureya aka   Gonyeti
Nqobizitha Dube aka Q Dube
Outstanding First Creative Published Works
Tears and Scars by Penjeni Madzikangava [Harp Bookz International]
Behind the Wall Everywhere by Farai Mungoshi [Mungoshi Press]
Misodzi Yerombe by Kelvin Mangwende [Pen Featherz Media]
Special Mention
Vicious Circle by Stephen Mutsago
Outstanding Children’s Book
My Son by Albert Nyathi & Ignatius Mabasa [Imbongi Arts]
A Magical Adventure in Chewore by Chellie Conlon
The Unwelcome Visitor by Farai Nyandoro      [Jomo Kenyatta Foundation]
Outstanding Fiction
Judas Files by Robert Mukondiwa [Publish Nation]
The Latter Rain by Phillip K. Chidavaenzi [New Heritage Press]
Whose Land is it Anyway by Benjamin S. Sibanda
Special Mention
Mars His Sword by  Philani A. Nyoni
Outstanding 2 Dimensional Work
Gumbeze Renherera by Anthony Bumhira
Eyes on Tobacco by Webster Mubayirenyi
Special Mention
Together Enjoying by Resta Chikomo
Outstanding 3 Dimensional Work
Happy Times by Rufaro Murenza
Welcome Kiss by Andamiyo Chihota
Washing Hair by Edson Kangadza
Outstanding Mix Media Work
Mhodzi Dzemusango by Semina Mpofu
Burning Three Witches by Voti Thebe
Father’s Bull by Victor Nyakauru
Outstanding Exhibition
Eye Report by Percy Manyonga at Village Unhu
Woman by  Miriro Mwandiyambira   at First Floor Gallery
It is Without by Helen Teede at First Floor Gallery
Outstanding Female Dancer
Ndomupeishe Chipendo in Namaste
Christina Jenkins in Ghost
Chaleen Chimara in Power of Love
Outstanding Male Dancer
Stephanie Thomas in Phantom
John Cole in Dancing with John
Peter Lenso in Mukati
Outstanding Dance Group
Ezimnyama Dance Ensemble
Breakthrough Productions
Kinkini Dance Company
Special Mention
St. Peters Tokoyo School – Antalia Expo in Turkey
Outstanding Choreographer
Peter Lenso      –   Internal Vibrations
Ketan Nagar     –   Rengeela Power of Dance
Timikha Fisher  –  Listen
Outstanding Actress
Jesesi Mungoshi in Muzita Rababa
Charlene Mangweni in Conflicts
Donna Ncube in Insuku Zokucina
Outstanding Actor
Ishmael Muvingi in Insuku Zokucina
Anthony Tongani in Conflicts
Admire Kuzhangaira in Muchaneta
Outstanding Music Video
MaObama by Walter Chawota ft. Takura Shonhai
Mari Yangu by Nico Abote   ft. Eve Kawadza
Zino Irema (Ndirikukuwonai Zvangu) by Andy ‘Cutta’ Sobhuza ft. Takura
Outstanding Screen Production (TV)
Simba Savannah directed by Tommy Deuschle
The Arthur C Evans Show directed by Trey Ncube
Tiriparwendo directed by Aaron Chiundura Moyo
Outstanding Screen Production – Short Film
All We Need directed by Mhle Nzima
Seiko directed by Sydney Taivavashe
The Way It Is directed by Daniel Lasker
Outstanding Screen Production – Full Length Film
Muzita rababa directed by Nick Zemura
Mwanasikana 2 directed by Beauty Nakai Tsuro
Escape directed by Joe Njagu (and Agnieszka Piotrowska)
Outstanding Journalist – Print
Vasco Chaya                –           Daily News
Tinashe Muchuri            –          News Day
Sindiso Dube                –           News Day
Outstanding Journalist – Radio
Tawanda Gudhlanga     –           SFM
Nyaradzo Makombe      –           Star FM
Chila Mutimbanepasi    –           ZiFM
Outstanding Journalist – TV
Jesina Kuwana            –       ZBC
Andrew Neshamba       –       ZBC
Nkosana Vuma            –        ZBC
Outstanding Online Media
Fokus Magazine
Onvi TV
Outstanding Female Musician
Ammara Brown
Thamsanqa Moyo   aka  Tamy
Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave
Outstanding Male Musician
Wallace Chirimuko aka     Winky D
Takura Shonai
Mukudzei Mukombe aka Jah Prayzah
Outstanding Album
Gafa Futi by Wallace Chirimuko aka Winky D
Huya Uone Zvaakuitika by Fungisai Zvakavapano Mashavave
Mdhara Vachauya by Mukudzei Mukombe aka Jah Prayzah
Outstanding Song
Takangodaro by Kelvin Kusikwenyu aka Killer T
Mukoko by Tytan ft Ammara Brown
Mdhara Vachauya by Mukudzei Mukombe aka Jah Prayzah
Outstanding Promoter
Xtratime Entertainment
2 Kings Entertainment
Divine Assignments