Trust Khosa, Assistant News Editor
Zim dancehall chanter Killer T yesterday brought smiles to Mbare National families where he donated groceries and mealie-meal to the vulnerable.
The donation was part of the Hot Property camp’s social responsibilities as many people are struggling to make ends meet during the Covid-19 pandemic induced lockdown.
Part of the beneficiaries comprised the elderly and child-headed families in the suburb where the Chairman was raised.
His job was made easier after friends and social Wanisayi “Mahwindo” Mutandwa helped him to coordinate the donation.
“We sourced close to a tonne of mealie-meal and cooking oil from a local supermarket and we were giving the foods hampers to people in batches to maintain social distance and avoid public gatherings.
“The police helped us to ensure that the donation goes well and I was only doing it for my community where I was raised,” he said.
Killer T said he was happy with the support he got from friends and well-wishers.
“Mama Mahwindo assisted me during the event and all went according to plan.
“She helped me a lot in coordinating to the event together with the likes of Supa and Vokal were there,” he added.
In another interview, Mahwindo applauded Killer T for remembering his roots.
“I am grateful to the people who assisted him in all this and I only came in at a Zero cost.
“I was only helping him as a mother and I will continue supporting his foundation.
“Killer T led by example and this is what we expect more from celebrities,” she said.