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Bev and Sexy Angels leave Bulawayo men asking for more

by Entertainment Reporter
04 Sep 2012 at 06:47hrs | 5956 Views
The Bev and Sexy Angels show held on Friday night recorded a sharp increase in the number of females attending the show which was held at newly opened Club Forty40. The insatiable appetite for Bev and the Sexy Angels continued as her act returned to Bulawayo, barely a week after her show in the city where a male reveller stripped naked for her on stage.

The front row had an equal representation of both male and female revellers who were some of the about 300 revellers who came to catch a glimpse of the self-proclaimed pleasure manager.

After their show, Bev and her group received mixed feelings from revellers. While most men were satisfied with her raunchy two-hour performance, which started late, some women were less than impressed.

While other women were heaping praises on Bev and Sexy Angels for their performance, some took a swipe at her, saying she should not insert a bottle into her private parts as it was not decent.

Bev is known as the Viceroy girl or the bottle girl, and her dance act has her in a split position, sitting on an empty bottle which enters her body.

While the bottle is inside her, Bev moves up and down. This has garnered her a cult following.

"Bosisi liyazigidela shame. No one can take away your talent and you are using it to the fullest. I thoroughly enjoyed myself and please come back and we shall come and support you," said a woman who only identified herself as MaBanda.

She however broke down into tears, crying out that she saw her husband with a prostitute at the venue. Another female reveller, Primrose Dube, from Sizinda said her most horrifying moment was when she saw Bev insert a bottle into her private parts.

"I am a woman and I was horrified when I saw her sit on the Viceroy bottle and gyrate. That is unbecoming for a woman, she should remove the bottle dance from her act," she said.

However, a male reveller was quick to interject and defend Bev saying it was all entertainment and there was nothing wrong.

He said Bev knew what she was doing and that was all that matters.

"Please, Bev is merely entertaining us. That is her mainstay when she performs, if she doesn't do the bottle dance, why would she have come? We came to see the bottle dance and then obviously the other dancers. Avamuroora wekuBulawayo, she is always here," said a man who only identified himself as Justice.

In an interview after her show in the dressing room Bev said she appreciated the number of women who attended her show.

She said this showed that women were now realising that it was all about entertainment and nothing else.

"We do not want anyone's man; all we are interested in is the money we get to perform. If the money is flowing then we shall perform for any audience, as long as beer at the spot is flowing, we are happy," said Bev.

She said the group was known for their entertaining act instead of their dance moves.

"We cannot dance that well but what we know is to entertain. If that means we use revellers to do so then that is it. We are in Bulawayo because of the demand for us and we will continue entertaining revellers wherever we are called," said Bev.
Source - Chronicle
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