Anjiru Fumulani, the lead vocalist of Chileka-based reggae group Black Missionaries has said the group is intact and that there are no cracks.
His comments come barely two days following reports that Anjiru as a leader had ‘fired’ two of its members, drummer and lead guitarist Paul and Takudziwani Chokani respectively.
The two recently came out to announce that they had revived Wailing Brothers which was started by their brother late Elias Chokani.
“I don’t know where people get all these stories, there are no cracks in Black Missionaries, we are a family and this is a mission. We are on a break and I have not even talked to my brothers Paul and Takudziwani,” said Anjiru yesterday.
He said people had been calling him to ask about the issue.
“I just don’t know why some people hate us by creating such stories but God is there and He will fight for us,” said the singer, who was also ‘killed’ on social media late last year.
Takudziwani, who with Wailing Brothers is currently preparing for the launch of the album titled Unfinished Project, was also surprised with the issue.
“This is not true. I just don’t know where these stories come from. I have not talked to Anjiru since we are on a break and at the moment we are doing rehearsals,” he said.
The revival of Wailing Brothers by the Chokani brothers has created lots of stories with some saying this was the end of Black Missionaries and that there was no smoke without fire.
But the two parties have maintained there was no breakup.
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