Mai Titi Blasts Jah Prayzah’s ‘Attention Seeking’ Publicity Stunt At Tuku’s Funeral

Comedienne Mai TiTi has blasted Jah Prayzah for what she believes was a publicity stunt by the singer when he pushed disabled singer Greatman at Tuku’s memorial concert last week.

In an interview with the Chronicle, Mai Titi said Jah Prayzah does not show support to the 25-year-old musician away from the public glare.

Tongai Gwaze aka Greatman is well known for his collaboration with Dendera musician Sulumani Chimbetu on the single Pandakazvarirwa.

“I was so angered by Jah Prayzah when he pretended to be this caring artiste at Tuku’s tribute concert when he rushed to push Greatman’s wheelchair so as to be seen by the public as caring. That was very bad. Greatman’s biggest wish is to collaborate with Jah Prayzah and Jah Prayzah has never shown interest in working with Greatman,” said Mai TT.

She said the only person who heeded Greatman’s desire was Sulumani.
Mai Titi Blasts Jah Prayzah’s ‘Attention Seeking’ Publicity Stunt At Tuku’s Funeral
His collaboration with Sulumani birthed a song called Pandakazvarwa. Mai TT said she immediately fell in love with Greatman’s voice as it touched her and started pushing his cause on her social media platforms.
“I thank Sulumani very much for intervening as he is the only artiste who responded positively towards Greatness. May God bless him and I would not have been surprised or angered that day to see Sulumani pushing Greatman that day or even one of my fans from the UK who bought him a wheelchair who was there on that day not Jah Prayzah who was doing it for his public relations yet off the cameras they are a no show.”

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