RAUNCHY dancer Beverly Sibanda and her son are under the weather battling severe flu.
The 28-year-old, who is now struggling to breathe, said she has been grounded at home since Friday.
The Se_xy Angels boss is praying that it’s not Covid19.
“I have been unwell since Friday and I am in pain, struggling with my breath.
“I just hope it’s not Covid19, but tiri kunatira hedu nemwana wangu. To be honest, I am running scared because the bug has attacked us severely,” she said.
Asked how she contracted the flu, she explained:
“My son came from school suffering from the flu and I think I contracted it from him.
“We are all grounded and scared at home, because the pain is severe my brother.
“I’m also scared that our maid, who is off duty might have contracted the flu, but we are hopeful it’s just an ordinary flu.”
Bev said she would consider visiting the doctor if the condition worsens.
“At the moment we are steaming, but we will certainly visit the doctor because flu is scary nowadays.
“It is also my hope that I will be fine soon because I can’t do anything at the moment,” she said.
Meanwhile, Beverly has been working hard to lose weight after gaining a few kilogrammes during the lockdown owing to inactivity.
She is also among artistes who are hoping and praying for the creative sector to be granted the green-light to resume live shows.
Prior to the lockdown in March last year, Beverly used to hold at least five shows a week.
She is also a bread-winner and employer who looked after the welfare of her eightpiece dance group, including the manager Hapaguti Mapimhidze.