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Holy Ten Defiant: “Winky D Is Not God”

Controversial Zimbabwean hip-hop artist Holy Ten continues to enrage Winky D’s fans with his remarks, and it doesn’t appear that he will back down anytime soon.

The Mwana Ndakubirai hitmaker, who sparked outrage with his scathing attack on multi-award-winning Zimdancehall chanter Winky D, has finally decided to speak out as “operation unfollow Eve” gathers steam.

Holy Ten shared a photo of himself on his Instagram stories. In the caption, he mocked and taunted those dragging him for attacking Winky and promoting the “operation unfollow eve” campaign. He penned;

“Vazvimba Vangani?

Vangani Vazvimba?”

See Also: WInky D Is A Snake: Holy Ten

Holy Ten also chastised Winky D’s fans ffor defending him more than Jesus’ name. He was adamant that he was going to prove that Winky D was not God.

“Wangu You never defended Jesus’ name like this before. Now I’m going to prove to you that Wallace (Winky D) isn’t God,” Holy Ten said in response to a Twitter question.

After hurling insults and labelling Winky D a snake, Holy Ten has seen a mass exodus from his social media accounts.

“It can’t have been a setup. Because at the end of the day, even a snake… The man you are talking about is a snake longer than his dreadlocks. But even the snake did not force that apple on Eve. She was partly involved.

He spoke, and she made a decision. I am Eve..,” Holy Ten said during the Podcast.

Even now, Winky D’s social media supporters are unfollowing him and canvassing for everyone to unfollow as punitive action for disparaging Winky D.

Holy Ten had 290 000 followers at the start of the week, but he has since lost thousands of those and now has 277 000.

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