Bev fails to im­press in Byo

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Bon­gani Ndlovu Show­biz Cor­re­spon­dent

REV­ELLERS could not wait for Bev and her Sexy An­gels dancers to get off

stage as their per­for­mance at Pri­vate Lounge in Bu­l­awayo last Fri­day was unin­spir­ing.

At first, Bev cap­ti­vated rev­ellers but failed to mes­merise them like she did in yester years.

There was a dis­tinct air of an­tic­i­pa­tion that could be felt in the nightspot with rev­ellers wait­ing for a glim­mer from the dance floor, but alas, noth­ing hap­pened. Even the male dancers in the group tried to up the tempo but they could not raise in­ter­est.

Bev just went through the mo­tions and was a pale shadow of the dancer of four years ago who filled clubs to the brim each time she came to the city. Since her Fri­day per­for­mance was in a strip club, many there thought they would see a bit more flesh from the dancer who was the pioneer of the craze, but that was not to be. In­stead she per­formed for more than three hours, singing some of her songs and clearly frus­trat­ing a crowd that is now used to see­ing naked women on stage ev­ery night. The strip side of the nightspot was ded­i­cated to Bev and her Sexy An­gels with the club side oc­cu­pied by the strip­pers. Some in the VIP area of the club hurled in­sults at Bev urg­ing her to get off the stage and make way for the res­i­dent dancers. So bad was her per­for­mance that when it was an­nounced that the res­i­dent strip­pers had shifted base to the next room, most pa­trons quickly flooded the club to catch a glimpse of the ladies who were gy­rat­ing on poles and ta­bles there.


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