By Adoration Bizure and Kudakwashe Nyengera
A local leisure spot (Hunyani Hills) came to a standstill recently during a 24-year-old city woman’s birthday party that sent a lot of tongues wagging. Among the guests were married women who temporarily ‘replaced’ their husbands as they got to ‘tango’ with some youthful men believed to be informal traders (dealers) at Ximex Mall.
Nyaradzo Kamangira’s birthday celebrations were headlined by raunchy dance moves from her circle of friends and the dances left other leisure makers drooling and dumbfounded. The sexually provocative dances actually started along the highway — presumably the Harare-Bulawayo road.
Many were left wondering what happened once the cameras were off amid claims that the ‘sex dancing’ went into the night and became x-rated. Nyaradzo’s friends were identified as Nyadzisai Maketu, Sarah Mutsamira, Mai Melissa, Mai Praise, and Mai Utsawashe and their raunchy and sexually suggestive dance moves will leave Yondo Sister green with envy.
H-Metro is in possession of a 53-minute long video of the ‘wild’ celebrations. The video has since gone on sale and is found with those selling pirated movies at street corners. The six women and their ‘partners’ did not give a hoot that they were in a public place as some of their explicit gyrating seemed “unfriendly” to society.
On the video, the party starts when the crew, who were travelling in a convoy of two cars parked by the roadside and kicked off their indecent and raunchy dances that left other motorists dumbfounded. The women were visibly drunk but while H-Metro could not independently establish what they were downing, the joke in town is that they were drinking the popular ZED brew after making contributions of US$5 per head.
There is a general belief that the brew makes people do “anything and anywhere.” When they got to their destination they hooked up with a group of men believed to be cell phone dealers at Ximex Mall.
They then started sex-simulation dance moves with the men whose relationship with them could not be immediately established.
One of the women identified as Nyadzisai could be seen tearing her top exposing her breasts showing off her ‘assets’ to the men. Then came Sarah, who is believed to be the ring leader of the crew that is popularly known as the ‘Hot Girls’. Like a ‘true leader’, she is captured seductively rubbing her buttocks on the crouch of one of the men who was at the party.
The birthday girl, Nyaradzo was also seen moving from one man to the next celebrating her birthday in style. Of the women at the party, THREE are believed to be married and these were identified as Mai Mutsawashe (Hazel), who is married to a city tout, was clad in a black top and tight, Mai Melissa (Judith) who resides in Mbare with her husband known as the Bigman and Mai Praise (Patricia) who is also known as Porongi. Yesterday H-Metro caught up with Nyaradzo and she was NOT happy.
“I am so worried about the leak of the video. I had agreed with the Shingi, videographer that he would produce only two copies but now I hear the videos are circulating in town “We were drunk and that is why we ended up behaving like that, and in any case it was just a private birthday party,” she said. The private party was however, held in the most public of places where everyone was free to watch.
She was worried that some of her friends in the video are MARRIED and their husbands were NOT there and were NOT aware that there was so much lurid drama at the party. She also wants us to believe that NOTHING happened beyond the dirty dancing, something she however, CANNOT speak for all the ladies that were there.
“The other thing is that most of the women who were there are married, so I can’t even imagine how their husbands will react. “My boyfriend was the major sponsor but he was away in Bulawayo and I know he won’t take this lightly. I also need to clarify that nothing happened after the party because there are people who have been speculating that we ended up sleeping with the guys,” said Nyaradzo. H Metro
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