It seems that all is not well in Beverly “Bev” Sibanda’s marriage to United Kingdom-based Chambuka Mufudzi. The Queen of dance and leader of the Sexy Angels dance troupe blew a gasket on Sunday and exposed her cheating husband’s shenanigans. Bev even shared damning evidence of Mufudzi’s cheating on social media.
It appears that the couple’s marriage has been rocky for a while. Just last week, Bev made a cryptic post on social media in which she implied that her husband may have been cheating on her. She wrote,
“Munhu anokuwana uchizvihurira okuroora, otanga kukuhurira zvakasimba obva otokanganwa kuti une chipo chawakagarira #kwinofsplits
This loosely translates to
(Someone marries you fully knowing that you are promiscuous, then goes on to be more promiscuous, in the process forgetting that you have a huge talent for promiscuity that you are not utilizing).
However, when questioned about the post, Bev played it down and insisted that all was well in her marriage. The dirty dancer claimed that she had used the controversial post as a marketing gimmick as she wanted to draw attention to the skincare products she was selling on social media.
She even promised to let people know if things ever went awry in her marriage. It seems like she followed up on her promise. On Sunday, she went all out and exposed her husband alleging that he is cheating on her. In an explosive post, she wrote,
Hero basa iro iwe ndiwe wekuhuraikoko ini ndini wekuchengeta chiweti changu kuno. ( So this is how it works: you are the one allowed to be cheating and promiscuous that side, while I am supposed to remain faithful this side).
She accompanied the post with a series of photos that show Mufudzi looking cosy with a woman who is yet to be identified. She also shared pictures of the woman as well as screenshots of WhatsApp conversations between Mufudzi and the woman. The screenshots appear to have been taken from Mufudzi’s phone and in most of the conversations, the woman seems to be asking for money from Bev’s husband. The screenshots are dated 21 August 2020 and 2 October 2020.