Jah Master Apologizes for Kicking Fan Off Stage

Well, that was different

By  | Oct 26, 2020, 11:53 AM  | Drama

Jah Master whose real name is Rodney Mashandure kicked a fan off stage his weekend and we mean this literally. While the Zim dancehall star was performing on stage in Chinhoyi, a rogue fan climbed up on stage and started dancing along. Jah Master didn't take kindly to this intrusion. Jah Master was seen measuring himself and then after a short run-up he launched a martial arts like high kick, knocking the fan down out of the camera's view. The artist then immediately returned to performing without missing a beat.

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The artist was decked out in his now well-known kit of torn brown overall pants and dungaree straps without a shirt on. An outfit that was made famous by his Hello Mwari video which has racked up over 2.5 million views on YouTube. The fan that was kicked seemed to tumble and fall off from the stage and there's no news yet of whether he suffered any serious injuries. The Hello Mwari hit-maker had been enjoying a stellar year with chart-topping hits after hit.

Following the success of Hello Mwari, Jah Master collaborated with Anita Jaxson on Unonzani which was another hit. The hitmaker on top of performing at the United Nations at 75 virtual concert, was also set to perform at the Day Party at Borrowdale Manor, alongside other big names like Enzo Ishall, Jah Prayzah and Killer T. Earlier this month the artist also went to pay the bride price for his then-girlfriend and in a picture posted on his Instagram the caption read:
"First chapter takano roora for the brand kuti rive negwara. Thank you for the support we luv you of fans... May God bless you".
 (First chapter we went to pay the bride price to give meaning and good representation to our brand)

The kick could open up the artist to a lawsuit and we're wondering why there was no stage security and if the security was there why didn't they take action. The artist has since taken to social media to apologise:
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