SOCIAL media users have been comparing two of the most popular and influential female socialites in Zimbabwe Pokello Nare and MisRed.
It has emerged on one of the social media platforms that Pokello Nare and MisRed have their different followers due to their style, beauty and charisma that has divided the opinions of people who follow them.
Some of the social media audiences were preferring one over the other in terms of beauty which they defined in their own way.
Those who favoured MisRed argued that she is more beautiful than Pokello and the latter is only smart, stylish and has resources when it comes to fashion.
Those who were supporting Pokello said she is beautiful and a total package in everything. The debate showed how the two women are making progress in terms of being outstanding because of their fashion sense and beauty.
However, zimbolivenews reached MisRed for a comment on what she thinks about people who compare popular figures on their looks and style. MisRed said people should cherish and celebrate the differences that we have as human beings rather than trying to be divisive.
“To be honest people should stop comparing people against one another and rather embrace how much they have done in any way. “Comparisons build up a lot of unnecessary energy and it creates the wrong image, which is something we don’t need in any way.
“Whoever it may be, I would say please let’s just embrace the goodness that each and every one of us has, it’s something that as a people we should learn,” she said.
“I believe people were created in their own way and that means the only person who we should strive to better is the person I am constantly staring at in the mirror. “Pokello is an amazing lady and she is doing so much and instead of maybe applauding what she is doing people then get stuck on owww, is she better than person A or person C is better than D and at the end of the day it sends out the wrong message,” she added.
Misred Related Story
TOP musician Jah Prayzah and radio personality MisRed have sparked speculation that they are an item after some controversial pictures leaked on social media. While both parties were not immediately available for comment last night, pictures that were leaked on social media fanned the flames.
The pictures were posted by Germany-based blogger and netizen Plot Mhako who had earlier threatened to be in possession of a Jah Prayzah expose.
Mhako had his Facebook account and Twitter handle flooded with comments after he hinted to be in possession of shocking material.
“I have an expose on Jah Prayzah. What’s really going on? Scared to even share,” posted Mhako Saturday evening. Social media users frequented him pestering him to reveal the stuff he claims to be in possession of. Mhako kept his followers waiting until he posted the pictures yesterday morning captioned ‘No questions.’
The pictures show MisRed embracing the Ndide Ndikude singer in a way that looked too romantic to be innocent.
While it is only MisRed’s face visible, many people concluded that the other person is Jah Prayzah judging from his hairdo and back view.
People were still debating on the pictures while others insinuated to be in possession of more revealing pictures.
Pokello Related Story
ZIMBABWEAN socialite Pokello Nare, 32, is challenging divorce proceedings by estranged Ghanaian husband Elikem Kumordzie, it has emerged.
Kumordzie, 29, recently filed for divorce saying he had lost love and affection for Pokello, adding that their relationship was irreparably damaged.
Pokello filed a notice of intention to oppose the divorce petition last week on September 8, a day after she had been served with the summons.
In his application, fashion designer Kumordzie complained that his wife gets “really uncomfortable when he plays romantic roles in movies”.
He wants custody of their minor child awarded to Pokello with him exercising reasonable access on agreed holidays and paying $500 as maintenance.
The Big Brother Africa (BBA) lovebirds have been on separation over the past year with Pokello having moved back to Zimbabwe while Kumordzie remained in his native Ghana.
The two were married under the Marriages
Act in Harare on September 28, 2015 after a whirlwind romance which started when they both appeared on the 2013 edition of the Big Brother Africa reality television show.
Said Kumordzie’s lawyers; “They have not stayed together as husband and wife for the past year since September 2017.
“… such is regarded by Kumordzie to be incompatible with the continuation of a normal marriage relationship.
“As a result, Kumordzie has lost love and affection to the extent that there are no prospects for reconciliation due to irretrievable differences between the parties.”
According to the court papers the country did not acquire any immovable property together. Earlier this year, Kumordzie was quoted saying that his marriage to Pokello was a mistake.
Last Thursday, he posted a short video on social media of an engagement ring with the caption: “I’m definitely not making a mistake on the next one; the right one.”
After rumours circulated of their breakup, Pokello in a series of cryptic messages on social media tried her best to project a picture of calmness despite the raging storm in her paradise.
“You will hear good things about me; you will hear bad things about me. Think what you want. I ain’t clearing s*** up,” she wrote earlier this year on her social media pages.