Check Video: Ndunge Yut Mocks Jah Master For Kicking Fan Off Stage With New Song!

Zimdancehall musician Ndunge Yut has mocked fellow rising musician Jah Master for being violent and kicking a fan off the stage during a live performance.


Jah Master, real name Rodney Mashandure, has been roundly condemned across the board for kicking a fan who had gone on stage during his performance. The unseemly incident happened on Sunday during a state-sponsored gala to protest against sanctions imposed by the US and European Union against politicians and companies linked to human rights abuses.
Check Video: Ndunge Yut Mocks Jah Master For Kicking Fan Off Stage With New Song!
To his credit, however, Jah Master unreservedly apologized for his actions and promised to take steps to remedy the situation. He said that he would foot all the medical bills for the fan he had attacked and also vowed to compensate him by giving him all his earnings from the Anti-Sanctions gala.

However, this did not stop fellow musician Ndunge Yut from mocking his colleague for his violent antics. Ndunge Yut quickly released a song in which he warned Jah Master that if he continues with his wayward ways, this will soon be the end of his promising career. The Budiriro chanter based sampled one of the late music icon Oliver Mtukudzi’s song ‘Chimusoro’ to come up with his track advising his colleagues to move away from his unseemly conduct.

The industrious chanter posted the video on his social media platforms barely 24 hours after a video of Jah Master kicking the fan off stage went viral.



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