Video Vixen Makes Waves With Risque Photoshoots, Says She Is Exploring “Uncharted Territory”

Model and video vixen Yolanda Chirenje, who has been giving fans an eyeful with her risque photoshoots, says that she wants to explore “unchartered territory” with her art.


Yolanda who describes herself as a fashion and boudoir model says she is unfazed with the criticism and backlash she has been receiving since she embarked on her unorthodox career path.

In an interview with local tabloid H-Metro, the 20-year-old model explained why she had ventured into punani modelling.

“Well, I realised “unchartered territory” and I seized it. This form of art is looked down upon but my daring side wished to take it on regardless.

It is called Boudoir photography. It is a photographic style featuring intimate, sensual, romantic, and sometimes erotic images of its subjects in a photographic studio, bedroom or private dressing room environment.

Yolanda said that she is using the backlash to spur her on.

Of course, I can still pursue it, my response to the backlash is to keep doing what I enjoy doing the most.
Yolanda Chirenje

Responding to whether her parents approved of her risque photoshoots, Yolanda intimated that they do not necessarily approve and say “what every parent would say.” However, she insisted that they have to accept her choices.

They have had to embrace me as I am.

The model also said that she does not accept that she can provoke men with her photoshoots because even when she is fully clothed, they are always pestering her.

“Even when I am fully dressed I have men pestering me.

“Men want anything that has a punani and respectfully, I am not responsible for their lack of control.”

Unsurprisingly, Yolanda said that she is a fan of fellow musician and model Vimbai Zimuto. Zimuto made headlines a few years back when she posted a series of risque photos on social media.

Yolanda started doing modelling in 2019 and has featured on the following music videos as a video vixen: Terry Afrika ft Freeman song “Why”, Jah Master’s “America”, R. Peels “Ndochi”, Jason Abi’s “Angelina”, Gunflow Alexander Bobby, “Bikita” by Phatso and Cayge among others.


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