Maskiri turns to God, joins Prophet Magaya, blasts Bev


Pint sized rapper Alishias ‘Maskiri' Musimbe has fired a salvo at raunchy dancer Beverly Sibanda for her decision to leave Prophet Walter Magaya's  Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries.

Maskiri took a go at Bev in his latest song dedicated to the PHD Ministries. The song is titled Mnandi, and in which he exalts the quality life he now enjoys after joining the ministry.

One of the verses has a scathing attack on Bev and it goes: "Handiite zvekumakisa church saBev ndezvekurasika (I won't behave like Bev who went astray)."

Maskiri wrote the song along with Arnold Gara soon after joining PHD Ministries where he now worships.

Last week he, in fact, performed in front of the massive congregation at the church's Waterfalls branch.

Maskiri said he has decided to attend PHD Ministries after noticing Prophet Magaya's philanthropic works and his power of changing lives through prayer.

"Well, I decided to try PHD Ministries after witnessing some people I know having transformed after visiting the church. On the Bev verse,I have no beef with her, but art is a mirror of society and what Bev did to dump the church was a bit out of the way, but at the end of the day, its her choice. I wish her the best," said Maskiri.

Maskiri said he will, however, continue with his God given music career.

"Music is my first love, and I can't quit it. As you can see, I have cleaned my lyrics and people used to label me as foul mouthed but all that is nowva thing of the past."

When contacted for comment, Bev said she was unmoved as she had made a decision that was for the betterment of her life.

"I have not listened to that song from Maskiri, but I am not moved at all, I have moved on with my life and its now way better," she said.

Bev joined PHD Ministries early this year before leaving the church after she alleged that church officials had acted in complete negation of what they had promised her.

Breaking News via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to our website and receive notifications of Breaking News by email.