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Low turnout at Zoey’s debut kasi show

Self-proclaimed queen of pole dancing Zoey Sifelani’s debut kasi show at Umqombothi Sports Bar in Nkulumane 5, Bulawayo, recorded a low turnout although she put up a sterling performance.

Raunchy dancer Zoey Sifelani and entertainer Brown Sugar on the set of their controversial Muzvambarara video
Raunchy dancer Zoey Sifelani and entertainer Brown Sugar on the set of their controversial Muzvambarara video

The low turnout last Friday is in stark contrast with the Bev and Sexy Angels show that happened the previous week, when patrons were turned away from the bar as early as 7PM.

For those who were turned away, Zoey and her Red Angels was to be a form of consolation.

Maybe the show came too early after Bev’s at the same venue hence the low turnout.

This suggests that Bev is by far the bigger and more popular raunchy dancer than her tutor Zoey.

Patrons started trickling into the venue at 7PM and after an hour it became clear that the scores of people that had thronged the bar last week were not going to be there.

It was a normal night at Umqombothi, not a night when one of the top pole dancers in the country had descended on the nightspot.

Credit to Zoey and the Red Angels this did not deter them as they put on a wonderful performance of raunchy pole routines, mixed with hip hop and some Rhumba dance moves.

She started her set at 9PM and ended at 2AM with periodic breaks in between. The Chronicle