Elinera Manyonga, H-Metro Reporter
CONTROVERSIAL rapper Kikky Badass reportedly assaulted two female students from Chinhoyi University of Technology for dating her rapper boyfriend Rodney Fucci.
The brawl occurred at Club Dolphin where Kikky Badass is said to have first threatened the two students Beulah Matare and Caroline Chikomba to leave her boyfriend before she later followed them to the ladies bathroom and sprayed them with paper spray.
In an interview with H-Metro, one of the assaulted ladies Matare was still bitter.
“My only crime was that I approached Fucci at the club to ask if we (Fucci and I) were still performing since we did a track together but when l was leaving Kikky Badass told me to leave her man and called me a bi**ch.
“I just found that weird because I was not even interested in Fucci then l went to join my friends on the dance floor,” she said.
The other assaulted lady Chikomba said she was surprised to be caught in the crossfire.
“Beulah told me what Kikky had said to her and I told her to forget about the incident but surprisingly Fucci’s manager came to warn us after an hour urging us to be careful since Kikky can be a pyscho and she can do anything since she was not happy with us chatting with her man,” she said.
“Kikky scolded us and unexpectedly started spraying us with something and at that time we failed to see anything but managed to scream for help, luckily Tatenda Chiyangwa and other people came to our rescue.
“It was then that Beulah had an asthma attack because of the paper spray and to make matters worse she had left her inhaler at home.” She said
In another interview with H-Metro, Rodney Fucci admitted to have rekindled their old flame with Kikky but claimed not to have witnessed the incident.
“Yes l am dating Kikky Badass but l did not see what transpired that Friday night but I later heard rumours from people.”
In an interview with Kikky Badass, she refused to entertainment H-Metro.
“I know nothing about that story saka nyora zvawada,” she said.
The assaulted ladies are still to make an official police report.