“I was probably one of the first people who started pole dancing in the country although I started off as a dancer for Roki in 2007,” she said.
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“After settling in Zimbabwe, I managed to successfully get a licence for pole dancing. And yes I was the first person to get such a licence. People were probably shocked at the aspect of pole dancing in Zimbabwe as it was new,” she said.
She told Sunday News that her family was supportive of her career as a dancer but claims her parents do not know that she is into pole dancing, neither do they know what pole dancing is. She has hoodwinked them into believing that pole dancing is some sort of traditional dancing.
“My parents and family have been supportive of my career as a pole dancer. They are quite old, and to be honest they think that it resembles traditional dances that are done by groups such as IYASA. This has indeed made them comfortable with my career,” she said.
Source: Sunday News
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