HIP-HOP musician Holy Ten incited outrage after calling Winky D a snake and throwing insults at him.
This was said by Holy Ten in a podcast episode that debuted yesterday online.
Holy Ten was responding to the uproar he caused last month when he expressed regret over contributing to Winky D’s most recent album, Eureka Eureka.
When did Holy Ten feel that working on Ibotso was a set up? He gave a stern reply:
“It can’t have been a setup. Because at the end of the day, even a snake… The man you are talking about is a snake longer than his dreadlocks. But even the snake did not force that apple on Eve. She was partly involved.
“He spoke, and she made a decision. I am Eve. Maybe that’s why I didn’t graduate. I would have never done a song with Winky G. [Saying Winky D] That’s me avoiding being sued. I’ve done Law. We’ve signed contracts.”
To the dismay of the public, Holy Ten tweeted that he regretted working on Ibotso when Winky D released Eureka Eureka last month. He claimed it was as a result of the album becoming politically contentious.
Then, he clarified in an interview a few days later how Winky D had duped him into singing the song.
After Holy Ten referred to Winky D as a snake, Zimbabweans reacted with indignation.