Freeman’s Vakomana VeDrip Takes the Crown, But Fans Cry Foul!!
Freeman’s Vakomana Vedrip was named the Song of the Year at the ZIMA Awards, but the win has caused mixed reactions among fans. Some have criticized the alleged sponsor Nashpaint’s owner for influencing the winners.
Controversy Surrounds Freeman’s ZIMA Awards Victory
Many ZIMA Awards followers criticized Nashpaint’s owner Tinashe Mutarisiri for allegedly influencing the winners. Fans were disappointed that Fire Emoji Remix by Leo Maggoz did not take home the top prize. Some fans suggested that Freeman won because of his friendship with Mutarisiri. However some defended Freeman taking the award saying he deserved it.
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Fans Divided Over Freeman’s Song of the Year Win at ZIMA Awards
Some fans argued that the problem lies with fans who do not vote in large enough numbers. One fan tweeted,
“Most of you just complain but when it comes to voting you don’t vote for what you want.” Freeman’s diehard fans also expressed their concerns over the winner of the award. Moyo🤍 tweeted, “Doctor ndovada hangu but pakuzohwina song of the year over Fire Emoji, Lola or Silas Mavende panyepwa🙌😂”.
Freeman also won three other awards, including Best Male Artist of the Year, Best Album of the Year, and Best Zimdancehall. Despite the controversy, Freeman’s win was celebrated by his fans.
Freeman’s Song of the Year win at the ZIMA Awards has caused mixed reactions among fans. While some have criticized the alleged sponsor for influencing the winners, others have defended Freeman’s win. The controversy highlights the importance of transparency and fairness in awards ceremonies. Regardless of the debate, Freeman’s fans continue to support him and celebrate his victory.