By Ruvarashe Dhliwayo
In what may pass off as an attack on comedians Felistas Mai Titi Murata and Tyra Madam Boss Chikocho, urban grooves artist Enock Nox Guni castigated handouts urging people to work for themselves.
Last week, controversial Prophet Passion Java bought cars for Mai Titi and Madam Boss.
Nox posted a picture on social media sitting on a car, which attracted a comment from Beverley Plax Mundezha which read, “Nox vamwe vari kupiwa mota iwe uri biz kuvata ipapo.”
The Zaka Prince replied, “We don’t live on handouts.”
“A man shall sweat for his family to survive…. Easy come easy go… Everything has a price.”
Nox’s response received praises from his followers on Facebook.
Thelma Judith Chibvonge wrote, “In life you must work for oneself. Zvekupiwha ma1 people will tell you you made it with help.”
Kenny Clain posted, “Much respect… Zaka Prince… Keep it up…we dont get things on silver platters unlike other people…we hustle and make things happen.”
McDonald George Masvosva posted, “The respond is hot.”
Belinda Zindada posted, “Response yako ndaida.”