Trevor Dongo ‘fights back’

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - Entertainment - Robert Mukondiwa

AFTER tak­ing a sound hid­ing from a street va­grant who sells pi­rated au­dio and video discs at Fife Av­enue shops in Harare, Trevor Dongo has flexed his mus­cles and sud­denly fought back.

The Ndashamisika hit-maker after be­ing thumped is now thump­ing the grind with a sizzling hot new video. His last video may have seen the ap­par­ent karateka be­ing clob­bered soundly as ‘ fans’ of the free street fight cheered and recorded the en­counter, now the next time we see Dongo in a video will be to­day when he drops a new pos­i­tive video.

In what looks like a slick and cleanly pro­duced video to the song Shoko Rerudo, Dongo de­liv­ers a beau­ti­ful come­back to show his fans that his bad spell did not dis­tract him from de­vel­op­ing his ca­reer and im­prov­ing him­self. It takes a man with an iron heart to ig­nore neg­a­tiv­ity and play the come­back kid and Dongo has done just that.

Drop­ping the trailer for the video at the weekend, Dongo im­me­di­ately got im­mense love from fans who viewed it on so­cial net­work­ing sites and groups, all of who pre­dicted the re­lease of a pow­er­ful mu­sic video.

In it, Dongo’s love in­ter­est is din­ing at his restau­rant while the bad-boy turned lover-boy serves her as a waiter with slick dance moves.

It is such a sweet fairy-tale when some­one waves a magic wand and dances their way out of trou­ble. He could not dance his way away from the hard whack­ing va­grant at Fife Av­enue, but def­i­nitely Dongo will dance his way into his fans’ hearts again with the forth­com­ing video! — @zim­rob­bie.

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