Local musician, Greatman, born Tongai Gwaze, and TEO Events have resolved their differences following a public fallout over donations that were made towards the former’s wedding recently.
Posting on Facebook this Wednesday, TEO Events apologised to the public for their spat, saying they have resolved their differences. TEO Events said:
“Hello Zimbabwe …I’m here to make this announcement to you family kuti tagadzirisana all issues dzanga dzichinetsa pano pa social media about my brother Greatman Music Official nesu ve TEO Events.
“We are really sorry about what we have caused pano pa social media, I love you Greatman as my brother, we are a family, thank u so much.”
In response, Greatman also apologised to the wedding planner. Said Greatman:
“Ko zvatiri dzemudanga wani tirikurwirei mukoma. I love u as a brother and u love me too. That’s why tagara pasi tataurirana nhasi.
“Rega ndikumbire ruregerero kwauri samukoma not as a wedding organizer. I’ll need you tomorrow and u will need me too. Chikuru ndeichi tagara pasi tikawirirana.”
A dispute emerged between Greatman and TEO Events over the former’s failure to pay US$2 500 for services provided at his wedding.
Greatman wedded Silibaziso Masara two weeks ago at an event that was dubbed the wedding of the year.
The musician accused TEO Events of dishonesty in handling donated funds and goods.
He told a local weekly publication that TEO Events completely took over the event and monopolized everything.
However, Matthew Mhembere of TEO Events said Greatman and his family were being ungrateful.
He argued that it was not his responsibility to meet their debts.
Mhembere said he doesn’t want to talk to Greatman and his family again.
— Pindula News