ZIMDANCEHALL chanter, Silent Killer, says there is need to identify routes being used to smuggle drugs and illicit substances.
Born Jimmy Mudereri, the singer was speaking during the Star FM’s After Drive hosted by DJ Ollah 7.
“I no longer trust people in my circles. I don’t remember how many times I have taken guka.
“Only those vandorova navo know better.”
Silent Killer, who appeared high in the studio, added:
“I don’t like drugs, ndivo vanotouya nemadrugs avo, I don’t have much explanation about drugs, I am just an innocent soul anotoigirwawo.
“Drugs make someone high and it becomes difficult to control oneself.”
Asked why most people were taking drugs, Killer said:
“Sometimes, it’s a situation we are living in, kutoshayawo zvekuswera muchiita, sometimes peer pressure, influence from elders.
“So, the young get interested and addicted, zvinorwadza.”
He said it was high time drug peddlers are arrested to curb this cancer.
“Kuborder ikoko, these drugs are not allowed, kwavanohorder ikoko, nevanoloader nekuoffloader, isusu tiri pakuoffloder, hatisi pakuhorder, it starts from the source.
“Corruption is the main enemy, if there was no corruption, dai ma drugs asingapinde, but they enter through the border, where people are searched.”
He also said he was not in good books with DJ Fantan.
“Hatiwirirane naFantan, he holds grudge with me, but we once worked together.
“He almost ran over me with his car. I am not accusing him but he wanted to run over me after we met.
“I exposed him in 2019, when we were no longer working together at Chill Spot, ndakunzi ndapera.”
He also explained how he got the moniker Silent Killer.
“I just remember ndakudaidzwa kunzi Silent Killer in 2006 and now they are now calling me Ngirozi Yehondo.
“I think I got this name from God, I released a song in 2013 which was a reply to the one produced by PTK.
“From there, I was now being called Ngirozi Yehondo.
“I don’t look for war, the only war I fight is to fight hondo dzezvakaipa, Satan, who is tormenting us as young people.”
Silent Killer said he was educated up to Ordinary Level.
“I ended at O’ Level where I only obtained six absent, and one D.
“I had nothing to write in the exam, handina chandaikwanisa kunyora, maida ndinyore mangoma here?”