Enzo Ishall Sets the Record Straight On Marriage with Mellisa Mafadzwa, Explains Controversial Actions Which Sparked Divorce Rumours
Zimdancehall sensation, Enzo Ishall has set the record straight on his marriage with wife Mellisa Mafadzwa explaining the actions that sparked divorce rumors. Speculations were sparked after Enzo deleted all pictures with his wife on Instagram. Enzo was reported to have had his phone taken away due to controversial texts.
No trouble in paradise
Speaking with H-Metro, Enzo dismissed the rumors. He stated that the rumors were unfounded and that someone was working overtime to end his marriage. Enzo added that he and his wife are still together and happy. The Kanjiva hit-maker ended his first marriage with his lover, only identified as Trish, over domestic violence.
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Enzo’s Professionalism on social media
Enzo explained that they were just trying to make their social media account a bit more professional, and that he and his wife were still together and happy. He dismissed the rumors as lies, and stated that they were trying to keep the account professional.
Decibel Promises More Music After Vacation
In another story, UK-based urban grooves artist, Daniel “Decibel” Mazhandu, has promised to drop a number of songs before he returns to his base. Decibel, who topped Zimbabwean music charts with hits like Chido and Nakai, is back in the country on vacation.
New album and single
He is marketing his album named Kumusha, which he wrote from the perspective of people who relocated from other countries in search of greener pastures. Decibel is also set to release a new single titled Mukadzi Wemunhu, featuring Macriss Zim, Brooklyn, and Nicky Vybes Masama.
Decibel expressed his openness to returning to Zimbabwe, saying that he has been thinking about the idea of relocating back. He believes that the urban grooves genre has done a lot for the music industry, and that Zimdancehall and Zim hip hop would not be where they are without the urban grooves movement.