Dancer Bev Sibanda Ties The Knot & Is Pregnant
Mufudzi is believed to be a nurse based in the United Kingdom.
Bev was resplendent in a flowery dress, while Mufudzi was in a blue suit as they exchanged vows before Harare magistrate Joice Chikodzore.
The couple was married under the Marriage Act. Bev’s manager Hapaguti “Harpers” Mapimhidze was the best man at the ceremony and, in an interview, said he was happy for the couple. “I say congratulations to both of them as they made a nice and clear decision to get married under oath,” he said. “I am happy for them, especially Bev.”
Asked where the couple was going for honeymoon, Harpers said he was not yet sure of the plans. He said although Bev was married, she will not quit her profession as a dancer.
“We are resuming work,” said Mapimhidze.
“She is set to perform next month at Ligi Sports Bar along Robert Mugabe Road in Harare. Nothing will change as she has her major shows lined-up. From Harare, we are going to Zvishavane for another show.”
A close source said Mufudzi paid lobola a few weeks ago.
“It was a private affair, what I can confirm is that her bride price was paid in late December last year and the family is happy,” he said.
“She is not relocating as speculated, but will be based in Zimbabwe.”
Raunchy dancer and singer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda, who has over the years entertained local men with her sexually-charged dances, yesterday tied the knot with a United Kingdom based medical doctor Chambuka Mupudzi at the Harare Magistrates Court.
Bev has since taken to social media to ashow pregnancy test results after pictures appeared to show that she is expecting.
The controversial dancer who has never shied away from controversy says could be heard in the video singing Ammara Brown’s song Svoto while displaying the pregnancy test results and a receipt from the pharmacy. The results show that she is not pregnant.
The results means Bev can take her talents to the United Kingdom where she can be paid more or even be a global celebrity star.
She qualifies to settle in the UK as a spouse of a British citizen.