Bev Sibanda celebrates 29th birthday. Raunchy dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda, who turned 29 over the weekend, celebrated her birthday indoors with her son, Kudzie. The Sexy Angels boss said her ‘private’ birthday celebrations were held in complaisance with the national 21-day nation Lockdown period, which enters its first week today. .
Gets US$620 present from hubby. The national lockdown was recently pronounced by President Mnangagwa in a bid to contain the spread of the lethal coronavirus (COVID-19) which has claimed many lives.
And Bev is one of the crowd-pullers who usually celebrates her birthdays in packed pubs and dingy bars said she was departing from the norm as a law-abiding citizen and caring celebrity.
“I’m indoors with my son having wine as usual. Today is my birthday, I can’t take chances because COVID-19 is real so I have decided to celebrate it indoors,” she said. Bev, whose birthday celebrations are usually hosted by Divine Assignments, said she will organise a party for her followers once the situation gets normal.
“I know my fans have been waiting for me to hold a public show but the situation on the ground does not permit us to celebrate and party as we used to do in the past.
“We have to follow the WHO guidelines as well as the advice from the President and health experts to save lives. “I’m indoors till the situation gets normal and I will only leave my apartment when the situation permits and I can’t take an unnecessary gamble because life if precious,” she said. Asked what she got on her birthday, the recently married dancer said: “Hubby spoiled me on my birthday after he bought me some gifts and gave me an additional US$620 to spend at home.
“I’m very grateful to my husband for the love he is showing me and I am really happy. “It was indeed a birthday with a difference and I can see the hand of the Lord. “When I reflect on where I came from and where I am today, I see the grace of the Lord.” On her advice to Zimbabweans during this trying times when many people are in panic mode, Bev said:
“There is nothing much I can say at the moment but ndinongoti ngatigarei takazvichengetedza hygiene inodiwa nguva dzese. “Stay safe stay indoors and stay clean all the time.” Bev’s manager Harpers Mapimhidze congratulated the dancer for her stance in in staying indoors.
“Bev is a good person who takes proper advice and I was happy that she is always indoors. “She is leading by example and I wish other dancers could take a cue from her because she is indeed exemplary.
“On that note, I would like to assure our fans that Bev will be back in action once the COVID-19 recedes. “COVID-19 is a global crisis and there is nothing we can do about it and we will simply follow the set rules and guidelines,” he said.