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GUITARIST Tafadzwa “T-Mabass” Museka has urged people to diversify in these trying times of the Covid-19 pandemic.
T-Mabass, an Orchestra Dendera Kings band member, is into a flourishing blankets business in the capital following the ban on live shows and public gatherings.
He said he is leading a better life as an entrepreneur.
“Here (Gulf Complex) I am now trading blankets because we are in winter where we need to keep ourselves warm.
“To everyone and not only musicians whose business is not doing well, they need to invest in other projects,” he said.
T-Mabass urged men to complement their wives in their business adventures.
“On that note, I advise males to listen to advice from your wives, mothers and grandmothers and do business together.
“In my case, I started music in 2010 with Mudhara Allan playing bass guitar up to 2012, then I joined Douglas Chimbetu from 2012 up to 2014 and then finally joined Captain Sulu in 2016 up to now but I am now doing something different.
“Blanket trading is paying me well because I have managed to acquire some assets like a 300 square residential stand where I am building a seven-roomed house plus I bought another car that is on its way as we speak and my boss Sulu is very supportive,” he said.
TT Maboss’s wife who prefers being called Mai Museka spoke glowingly about her husband.
“I also want to urge all men out there to follow your wives or sisters or mothers’ advice when it comes to investment.
“It was difficult to convince TMabass at first achiti ndezve tsvina, uye ndiri celebrity, but imagine today, he has now realised that there is life in buying and selling.
“We are even dreaming to invest further in farming,” she said.