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Sunday Mail Leisure Superior journalist Prince Mushawevato submitted a police report following death threats, social media attacks and close shave with angry supporters of Jah Prayzah.
The report was filed with the Braeside police station after aggressive acts on the scribe after a social broadcast by Jah Prayzah who accused Mushawevato of unfairly dealing with his works.
Jah Prayzah responded to a usual album review by Mushawevato, where the writer gave his opinion on the recently released album "Chitubu" by the singer.
"It hurts that after I put all sweat and sleepless nights on a product that most of you told me you love so expensive, even a journalist who feels I owe him a piece of my fruit, thinks it worth the same work and he hopes to influence the whole world by liking my album, "read some of Jah Prayzah's response to criticism, breaking his" cyberspace "into a frenzy.
On two occasions last Sunday, Mushawevato had to escape physical violence by supporters of Jah Prayzah.
The first incident happened at the Braeside Shopping Center.
"I was almost struck by a blue Toyota Runx." At first I thought it was innocent, but what they said afterwards was scary: To quote one of the children as a letter,eh wangu, hope wakanyora that's why toda kukusota size inokwana chaiyo. Ungatuke Jah iwe"(I hope you have a lasting will because we are going to deal with you, who must attack Jah?)," Mushawevato tells.
They left before an anesthetized Mushawevato who could recover and take into account the car's registration number.
Then, abuse began to be poured into Twitter and Facebook accounts. It's not over.
Later on the day Mushawevato went for the usual artistic events around Harare, he met with an angry group and a bouncer came in his way as they tried to attack him.
"People who love Prince Island anowanzouya pano Izvo vapfanha ava vaizviti JP vaida kumudya Takatozopindira zvaipa (We thought we were just kidding because the prince is regular here, we had no idea that these boys called themselves JP group really wanted to hurt him, we had to intervene), "said the bouncer.
Mousavetavos said he did not understand how Jay Preya could make such claims against him and embrace his followers.
"If you do a quick search of the stories electronically right now or go to the library, you will notice that over 90 percent of the stories we wrote about Jah Prayzah were to pick up and celebrate his career. articles that we criticize, not its colorful personal life, but music. It's incredible.
"So that Sunday Mail journalists and journalists in general, are we supposed to sing only the authorizations of Jah Prayzah? This shows that this guy is obsessed with bootlickers. Articles with less than 10 percent who have not lost their ego have seen him be so crazy to endanger my life and career, "said Mushawevato last week.
The album review published last Sunday never touched the singer personally, but he lived in his works.
"My relationship with Jah Prayzah has always been professional, I have not tried to love him or his team, and I have never asked for any thanks, which makes me wonder why he would say" a journalist who feels I owe him a piece of fruit "My illustrated trees are fruit, I do not need other fruits, so I wonder where that comes from," Mushawevato added.