There was violence at the “Doek and Slay” picnic event on Saturday when two unidentified women exchanged blows over reasons, which have divided the social media.
The event was held at First Capital Sports Club in the capital.
Many versions are emerging on why the women were fighting while some are indicating that they were fighting over a man.
However, organiser of the event Anesu Rwanga said they were fighting for a chair.
“The fight was about a chair, there was nothing more than that,” he said.
The popular social media version was that they were fighting over a man.
“The ladies were fighting over a man, where the main chick was fighting the side chick.”
Some videos, that have gone viral, show the women fighting whilst some are trying to restrain them.
Music revellers, some dressed in expensive apparel, flaunted their top of the range wheels, while treating themselves to good music, food and wine.
The event, that celebrates culture and fashion saw women wearing vibrant colours with doeks to top the look.
This month’s edition pulled impressive numbers, without importing extra expensive acts from abroad.
Feli Nandi alongside Nyasha David and Baba Harare kept the ladies on their toes with clean performances.
The Doek and Slay event, a brainchild of Rwanga, aims to bring women together to unite, celebrate, support and empower each other from all works of life and dismiss the notion that we don’t support each other.
Speaking about the just ended picnic, Rwanga said he was satisfied with how everything went.
“It really went well this time around, our next event we are going to introduce a gospel session as we are attracting different people from different backgrounds.
“We received an amazing response from the market, it was impressive on our part as everything went well.
“The unity and love women show each other at our gatherings is exhilarating, rendering it feasible to continue hosting,” he said.
In the next edition, Rwanga said he will be introducing a gospel session from 1pm to 2pm to accommodate the elderly people.
The Doek and slay Picnic is a strictly women’s only picnic that encourages networking and time-out for the ladies.