The dark side of Gin­imbi’s party

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One lady who some iden­ti­fied as Maury Max was cap­tured on video, wear­ing a strappy dress cov­er­ing only her nip­ples with part of her buttocks and pri­vates show­ing for all to see.

As she gy­rated she would pur­posely raise her ex­cuse of a dress ex­pos­ing her pri­vates, clearly mak­ing her the cen­tre of at­ten­tion.

Another, Natasha Mushonga wore some­thing that made her look like a child whose di­a­per needed to be changed. One iden­ti­fied woman de­cided to party the night away in a white panty and bra.

As a re­sult, some women have not taken the is­sue lightly and have made it their busi­ness to bash the or­gan­iser of the party – Ge­nius.

A Face­book user who refers to her­self as Cde­sister Mwe­newazvo said Ge­nius’ party was an em­bar­rass­ment as it was char­ac­terised by cul­tural and moral de­cay.

“My ques­tion to Ge­nius Kadun­gure and crew is would you ap­pre­ci­ate this kind of bar­barism if it was your daugh­ters or sis­ters? Don’t let what you call “big­man” ar­ro­gance erode your ra­tio­nale.

“It’s no use throw­ing big par­ties which at the end of the day are like a meet­ing of pimp masters jus­ti­fy­ing brothel and prostitution be­hav­iour.No mat­ter how much money you might have, it has failed to buy you class. You lack wis­dom, re­duc­ing women to cheap w*****,” posted Mwe­newazvo.

Some, how­ever, blamed the women for their choice of dress­ing. “The prob­lem is ac­tu­ally the ladies who de­grade them­selves by wear­ing skimpy clothes.

‘‘The dress code was all white and these ladies de­cided to de­grade them­selves. If you check, there’re other women who were dressed de­cently,” posted David Divha.

He was quickly quashed by Nd­lunkulu Naphiri who said: “They (women) knew what kind of men they were go­ing to, so the prob­lem is the men.

“Do you think if it was a party of some­one like Strive Masiyiwa peo­ple were go­ing to go semi-naked like that? They knew the cal­i­bre of men that would be at the party hence why they dressed that way.”

Not to be out­done was a guy pur­ported to be a DJ who wore an old dirty pair (off-white) of sneak­ers which did not quite match his out­fit.

Some sug­gested that for next year’s party, con­sid­er­ing their wealth, Ge­nius and his friends spon­sor guests’ wardrobes to avoid such mishaps.

“One friend among all of Ge­nius’ friends must spon­sor wardrobes for their guests who may not have re­sources. They have to avoid this em­bar­rass­ment,” said a Face­book user.

But, Ge­nius’ wife, Zodwa, as usual was dressed el­e­gantly in a white long sleeve mer­maid dress, made of lace.

Her close friends rep­re­sented her well as they were up to stan­dard leav­ing so­cial me­dia users con­fused as to how the skimpily dressed women gained ac­cess to the party.

“If oth­ers were dressed this de­cent, how did those other ones make it past the door? Doesn’t one feel em­bar­rassed when they see these women?” ques­tioned Sa­man­tha Chin­hema.

Doreen DG sug­gested that Zodwa needed to be tasked to in­vite women next year in or­der for her to vet them — @maf­farro.

Maury Max with Natasha Mushonga in di­a­per out­fit Zodwa, Ge­nius’ wife and friend Zari (left)

Ge­nius ‘Gin­imbi’ Kadun­gure

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