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RAPPER King 98 who came to Gift “Shiga-Shiga” Katulika’s rescue by handing him groceries early this week said he was taught to give by his mother Francesca Dondo.
In an interview with H-Metro, the South Africa based singer who handed over grocery worth ZW$10000 to the chanter who made a public appeal to this publication said lockdown was the time to show each other true love.
Fellow musicians Progress Chipfumo and Sam Mataure also received aid from King 98.
“It does not mean I have a deep pocket, no, but this is what my mother grew up teaching me that the first thing to do before you pray to God is assist the next person to you with most little thing you have, or to share that only thing you have at that minute, even to dream to help is helping, just the desire to help one day.
“My father also inspires me a lot, his dream is to have money to help the vulnerable people in this world.
“I am simply fulfilling what my parents taught me, these donations are a lesson to fellow artists that we ought to have a culture of giving.
“Tomorrow I can naturally receive from Mudhara Progress Chipfumo, Mukoma Shiga Shiga and wife, Mudhara Sam Mataure.
“Sharing is very funny; imagine today I got more friends,” he said.