By Keleb Ziko Muyambo

Former Member of Parliament for Norton Temba Mliswa has defended Winky D’s controversial track which is said be a dis to Zimbabwe’s current government.

Winky D’s “Vashakabvu Part 2” carries lyrical content that has sparked mixed reactions across entertainment corridors and political circles.

The Herald Editor Caesar Zwayi and Socialite Passion Java are the first to speak negatively against “Vashakabvu Part 2”.

Temba Mliswa has however reprimanded Caesar Zwayi for his emotional threads against the artist.

“We can never progress as a nation when we try to hem and pinion everyone into a specific path of thinking. Artists the world over have always commented on social issues. Why do we find it strange about our own doing the same? Isn’t that part of art?”