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EXCLUSIVE:Mugabe Boys Funded Mukanya’s Homecoming Gig?

Following a stellar Big Bira headlined by Chimurenga music icon Thomas Mapfumo, former President’s son Bellarmine Chatunga Mugabe could not hide his joy to hail the company that brought the music star to Zimbabwe.

However he did not directly mention Entertainment Republic per se but its siamese twin company Triplife.

Remember Triplife? It is the company that brought Jamaican reggae sensation Tarrus Riley. Further, the company Triplife alongside Entertainment Republic tried to bring Nigerian singer Tekno but to no avail. The show was foiled following an expose by Wellence Mujuru that Triplife was owned by Bob’s notorious boys.

With this expose, Robert Junior and Chatunga took with them Triplife to South Africa leaving Entertainment Republic in the capable hands of Tendai Jones.

In an interview with a source that requested anonymity prior to the gig, iHarare was told these boys still had some influence in Entertainment Republic. The source said Bob’s boys bankrolled Mukanya’s homecoming show in Harare.

““You see Thomas Mapfumo’s homecoming show saw the promoter ER pay a hefty amount which I cannot disclose.” said the source, “One thing I know for sure is that the ER guys are involved with Mugabe’s notorious sons and there is no way they could have come up with that amount on their own. If you look at the posters of Tarrus Riley’s show, the foiled Tekno show, both were funded by Chatunga and Robert Jr.”

Now that the show is done with, the source added that the post by Chatunga confirms that he had a hand in bringing his father’s nemesis into the country.

“As I told you before, it was just a matter of time before Chatunga himself confirmed his influence in Triplife and Entertainment Republic,” the source said.

Below is the post on what Chatunga said of the show:

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