The ‘Chekuseri’ singer takes on Stunner in his brand new track titled ‘Mari Yemukadzi’ on the Ruffcut Riddim.

The song addresses the recent public fallout between Desmond Chideme popularly known as Stunner and his (probably now) ex-wife Olinda, after a video went viral of Olinda dumping Stunner and threatening suicide.

In the video Olinda claims she was the one providing everything for Stunner, from his clothes to the blanket. A new violent video has since emerged in the video Stunner is being kicked out by Olinda and told to burn everything he owns as she was the one who bought it.

Drum Dada addresses the shame that comes after a fallout with a women who took care of you:

“Varume mari yemukadzi haidyiwe,zuva ramunotosvorana anozonyara ndiwe, anongotanga kufumura mazhets… hanzi mubhedha ndini ndaimutengera” sings the artist.

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Zimbabwean Urban Grooves star Stunner will be dropping a new Album titled ‘If I Die Tonight’ on the 19th of August.

The event which will be hosted at the uptown VIP Club, Pabloz will see the presence of Jamaican artist Sir Ford of the ‘Gwaan Talk‘ fame.

Stunner Album Launch
Stunner Album Launch

Sir Ford is a Jamaican dancehall star who has been in the game from as early as 2010 when he dropped his chart toping Gwaan Talk. Since then he has worked with the likes of G-Whiz, Cali-P and Luciano.

The Jamaican star has also been active in the local dancehall after being featured on the Number One Riddim produced by TMan and Jeeperz last year.

According to Stunner this is a result of his landmark achievements as an international artist that other international artist [like Sir Ford] are coming all the way for his album launch.

“Got Jamaican artistes coming to my album launch so I think it’s safe to say I’m internationally known,” he told Showbiz.