Van­dals smash DJ Nospa’s car

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

WHAT started off as a beau­ti­ful day to cel­e­brate a birth­day ended in tragedy for wheel spin­ner DJ Nospa as his car was van­dalised by un­known peo­ple out­side Club Eden in Bu­l­awayo in the early hours of Sun­day.

While the pop­u­lar DJ was cel­e­brat­ing his 29th birth­day by churn­ing out tunes for an ap­pre­cia­tive crowd, some peo­ple al­legedly used the op­por­tu­nity to ei­ther sab­o­tage or at­tempt to steal from him.

A bot­tle was used to hit the back wind­screen of his Mazda Fa­milia and for­tu­nately, there were peo­ple who had just slept in the ve­hi­cle. Ac­cord­ing to Nospa, upon hear­ing a loud sound, the peo­ple in the car woke up forc­ing the per­pe­tra­tor/s to flee.

“Af­ter con­clud­ing my set just af­ter 4AM, I left two of my friends in the car briefly as I re­turned to the club to col­lect my lit­tle sis­ter. A few min­utes later, one of my friends came run­ning to me say­ing some­one had hit my car with a bot­tle of Sa­van­nah and dis­ap­peared into the night,” said the DJ.

On Sun­day, he posted a pic­ture of his dam­aged wind­screen on his Face­book page. He de­scribed the in­ci­dent as a clear act of sab­o­tage.

“The per­son didn’t want to steal any­thing, they wanted to van­dalise my car.

“I don’t know why but I’ve since re­ported the mat­ter to the po­lice,” said Nospa. He also wrote a note to the per­pe­tra­tor/s. “Dear hater, thank you for the birth­day present, I’m sure it made you feel bet­ter. You de­cided to spit on it be­fore break­ing it. Def­i­ni­tion of witch­craft.” The artiste is now work­ing on re­pair­ing the wind­screen. Be­fore play­ing at Club Eden, Nospa had also rocked the decks at Miss Nust.

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