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Ammara Brown transforms stage costume


FOR hardliners, Ammara remains the daughter of the late Andy Brown who can afford some mischief in the absence of her parents, yet it appears the young lady is determined to hold her own.


Ammara Brown and her group performing at Harare Sports Club sometime last month (Picture:Gift Meda)
Ammara Brown and her group performing at Harare Sports Club sometime last month (Picture:Gift Meda)

At this year’s edition of the Lion Larger Beer Festival, accusations flew that she acted irresponsible dancing suggestively with Nigerian D’ Banj.

But Ammara looks unperturbed and has even gone a step further doing the unthinkable.

Decency has remained one of the cardinal ethics in Zimbabwean culture, but Ammara has broken that with her latest costume becoming the talk of town
At the recently held Zimbabwe Hip Hop Awards, she wore a bustier bra leaving a number of men drooling at her sight.

Yesterday, Ammara said she laughed off the assertion she wore to entice men.

“I didn’t notice,” she said sarcastically.

“A year ago, I used to wear a white attire with leopard print and white shorts, but I had a wardrobe malfunction soon after.I bought the bustier at a lingerie shop in the Avenues together with another one with similar detail, but I never wear them with shorts.”

She said she got the idea from an old television show, Celina, where the protagonist stepped on stage and stripped into a bustier inviting rebuke from her father.
Costume is one of the key components of showbiz that local artistes have neglected thereby dampening their acts.

Ammara performs alongside South African house outfit Liquideep at the Harare International Conference Centre next Friday where she will sure hope to have revellers drooling, not just from the bustier but her performance as well.

The show also features Guspy Warrior, Shinsoman, Dhadza D, Killer T, Smylie, DJ Naida, Renailo, Taz, MMT, Simba Tags and Mudiwa.

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