I'm Not Cursed: Seh Kinnah

He is not fazed.

By  | May 22, 2020, 02:36 PM  | Kinnah  | Drama

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A dilemma that saw the performing stage collapse at Mbare bred Zimdancehall chanter, Kinnah’s birthday bash held over the weekend at Harare Gardens appears to be reinforcing some people’s speculation that the Musombo singer's life is cursed.

According to 3mob.com, following the events that forced a premature closure of the birthday bash, individuals could be heard blaming the disaster that left several injured and stage and sound equipment destroyed, on Kinnah’s curse

“Kinnah should pray” a fan shouted.

Another fan added, “Kinnah should be cleansed because his misfortunes are now getting out of hand.”

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But in an interview with Power FM yesterday, Kinnah said he does not believe his life is cursed but could not dismiss a chance of juju behind his misfortunes.

“I do not believe I am cursed at all, pamwe vemudhuze mangu imomumu ndivo vange vaine zvavakatakurawo (maybe those who are near me are the ones who carry stuff that fights my progress),” said Kinnah.

He also traced his embattled life from his childhood.

“I do not know my mother and father, neither do I have their pictures. What I know is, I was born in Kadoma and then moved to Mbare to stay with my grandmother. I stayed with her up to the age of 16 when she chased me away into the streets where I met Soul Jah Love.

“We would crush into clubs, beer halls and any place that we could grab a mic to sing and showcase our talents until God opened the doors,” said the Musombo hitmaker.

Although Kinnah made his breakthrough on the music scene together with Soul Jah Love and Seh Calaz, among the trio, Kinnah has not yet seen the light of glory as much as his counterparts have.

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