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Ex Q responds to witchcraft allegations

It appears popular urban musician, Ex Q – real name Enock Munhenga – has used his new song entitled ‘Nhema’ to respond to the witchcraft allegations raised against him.

Exqwizit Munhenga
Exqwizit Munhenga

A couple of weeks back, Stunner’s ex wife Olinda Chapel’s video about Ex-Q on witch-craft practice went viral on social networks.

In the video, she stated that her former husband (Stunner) had told her that he is not progressing as he should be in his career because Ex Q and Jah Prayzah had visited a witch-doctor to curse him.

“Basically the song is about people who talk about what they do not know and just spread false allegations but I am not moved with that because vanoreva nhema ndezvavo ivo.

“People can talk all they want and involve my name in their ‘Pinocchio’ business but bottom line is I don’t care.

“My mission is just to make good music for my fans and that’s what I am concentrating on.

“I thank God for my talent and the phase I am at, at the moment, it’s all God’s work and blessings,” said Ex Q.

Ex Q said he only got to record the song about a month ago after having sat on the DJ Tamuka produced beat for over a year.

“I had this beat for over a year and half now and then realized the person I could work with on the song was Killer T, so we got to record it about a month ago and here it is.

“As for now we are planning on the video with my team and hopefully any time we will start shooting.”

He also added that he already started working on his album which will be his seventh. H-Metro