Jah Prayzah’s Ex-Band Member Congobileko Hits Hard Times, Reveals Struggle With Poverty
Jah Prayzah’s ex-band member, Elvis Chinounda, popularly known as Congobileko, is struggling to make ends meet. Congobileko revealed that his wife left him and he is still job hunting after losing his job from the third generation band.
Congobileko Struggles to Make Ends Meet
Currently Congobileko is staying with his mother in Glen View. Congobileko and his friend Mbera left the band in 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown. He explained that Jah Prayzah was good to them, but the management changed everything for the workers. Congobileko worked with Jah Prayzah since 2010 at Club Lashers in Budiriro under the management of Mama Filo.
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“At that time, the management did not consider us as workers. Jah Prayzah was good to us but his management changed everything for us workers,” stated Congobileko. “We started working with Jah Prayzah in 2010 at Club Lashers in Budiriro while under the management of Mama Filo where we worked as a team.”
Lost Jobs Due to Management’s Decision
Congobileko disclosed that Keen Mushapaidze’s management took drastic measures that led to them losing their jobs. The management claimed that the money they received was too much, forgetting that they worked for it. Congobileko mentioned that Mama Filo helped them with Mbera’s mother’s funeral. Currently, there is no communication between them and Jah Prayzah.
“His management told us that the money we were receiving was too much for us, forgetting that we had worked for that money. I don’t have a problem with Jah Prayzah. When Gonyeti and Baba Harare left takashora kuti why vasiya. But, when Mbera’s mother died, Mama Filo was the one who helped with the funeral. Up to now there is no communication between us and him, we tried to communicate with Keen but to no avail,”
Efforts to communicate with Keen have been unsuccessful.