“I Have Lived In A Car For Almost 2 Years” Gemma Griffiths Says As She Celebrates Her Birthday!

Afropop singer and songwriter, Gemma Griffiths went down memory lane as she celebrated her 27th birthday yesterday.


She reminisced about the beautiful places she had the opportunity of visiting and how she always had a dream to travel Africa.

In a mission to chase her dream, Gemma revealed that there was a time she lived in a car for almost 2 years as she travelled across the continent.
Gemma Griffiths
Gemma Griffiths
She went on to reveal some incredible adventures she had and some of the not so rosy moments she faced as she travelled across the continent.

“I always had a dream to travel Africa… I am not close to finished, I don’t think I ever will be.. I have lived in a car for almost 2 years to drive across this beautiful continent. I have swum in the Nile, stood on the equator, seen chimpanzees and incredible creatures. I’ve been stuck in lightning storms, cyclones, stuck in the mud, stuck on the side of the road, gotten lost in the cities, and lost in the bush. I’ve lost a phone to the ocean, and a laptop to a spilt coffee, I’ve seen Kilimanjaro and climbed the Chimanimani mountains. I’ve made countless fires whilst still half asleep, in pursuit of a morning coffee. I’ve had endless cold showers and bathed in the ocean. I have been eternally blessed and have always chased this dream.”

Free-spirited and adventurous Gemma revealed that she wasn’t going to stop chasing her dream of travelling Africa anytime soon as she loves the adventure, excitement and adrenaline that comes with it.

“I have always chased adventure, excitement, adrenaline. I have wanted to live a life of the extraordinary. And for me that is art, and people, and travel, and food.” she said.

Gemma Griffiths rose to prominence after she collaborated with Zimdancehall artiste Winky D. The hit song “MuGarden,” topped the charts and also became number 1 on the BBC Afrobeats charts shortly after its release. 

The song is still considered as one of the best collabos in Zimbabwe.


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