BY WINSTONE ANTONIO
some people were not familiar with businesswoman-cum-musician Rachel J (pictured) until recently when her estranged “husband” and former Finance deputy minister Terence Mukupe took to social media and made sensational allegations that she cheated on him with South Africa-based cleric Shepherd Bushiri.
For followers of showbiz, Rachel J became more famous when she appeared on six billboards in Greater Harare promoting her single Makwikwi that saw critics labelling her a “slay queen” largely due to her flamboyant lifestyle.
The Kwekwe-born singer also made headlines on different platforms when she released the song Ngoro that featured dancehall chanter Enzo Ishall but was later banned by the censorship board amid allegations of teasing vulgar lyrics.
After a long silence, the soap opera continues to unfold, as Rachel J last week also fired a salvo at Mukupe whom she reminded that he must not blur dating and marriage taking social media on overdrive.
In a damning statement, Rachel J’s family said Mukupe’s allegations were “unequivocally false, totally unsubstantiated and uncorroborated”, adding that Mukupe was just being vindictive as he was unhappy that the songstress had terminated their relationship over infidelity.
Standard Style takes a peep into the singer’s pictures.