By Blessed Katiyo in Johannesburg
In a bizarre fit of rage two Zimbabwean women and a well-known musician are seen in a video that has gone viral putting powdered peri peri into a young model’s private parts as they assault her. The incident took place this week in Cosmo City, a high density suburb north of Johannesburg.
The male musician, who goes by the stage name Vicious, is allegedly the root cause of the incident as he was apparently cheating with the model identified as Liesel Kim Mpofu, also a Zimbabwean.
The main assailant was identified as Rudo Abvuta and is dating the visibly younger looking Vicious. Kim is well-known in the entertainment circles and was a contestant at the Miss Shisaka Final where she narrowly lost.
In the video, a naked Kim is seen kicking vigorously and screaming while Abvuta and Vicious pin her down as another unidentified lady shoved in hot peri peri into her genitals.
Her pink braids are pulled out during the fracas leaving her traumatised. The act has received widespread condemnation from Zimbabweans across the globe. Various Facebook groups are further revealing damning allegations against Rudo.
According to sources Vicious started dating Kim and she allegedly infected him with a sexually transmitted infection. When news reached his “fiancée” Abvuta they then hatched a revenge attack which was captured on the 55-second video by one of Kim’s friends.
When contacted for comment Vicious admitted to be part of the video but denied assaulting Kim.
Asked what was happening in the video he had this to say in his written response:
“It’s just someone who was just threatened to tell the truth over something that had happened which was confidential but later the person who took the video to social media had a grudge over (sic) her that’s how the video leaked . . . Inini I was just the man at the house to stop the fight, that’s all I can say,” said Vicious.
Asked on whether he is not wanted by the cops as the matter was reported to the police, he denied he is a wanted man.
“Yes I know about the police issue but I was found not guilty coz I was helping her (Kim),” said Vicious. Asked about what happened to the two attackers he declined to comment further instead urging this reporter to concentrate on his upcoming music projects.
“I think what I have said is enough. What I can tell you now is me and my camp we are settled and continuing with our musical work. We have shows and recordings lined up I am working on new singles and an album coming soon.
“Tomorrow the 25th I have a show at House of Shisaka in Yeoville, 1st of November at Reeds Pub in Germiston alongside my friend Jah Signal and we round off at Club Africa on the 3rd in Benoni,” added Vicious.
Efforts to get comment from Kim or the two assailants were unsuccessful at the time of going to print. H Metro