HIP HOP singer Stunner, born Desmond Chideme, appeared in court today on allegations of assaulting his wife, Dyonne Tafirenyika following a misunderstanding over her phone after his weekend’s performance at the Rainbow Towers Hotel in Harare.
Stunner, who was represented by lawyer Mr Dumisani Mthombeni, denied the charges when he appeared before magistrate Mrs Evelyn Mashavirakure.
He was charged with physical abuse.
The helicopter which flew Mai TT to the wedding venue on Saturday crashed on the following day and killed Captain Chirimuuta could have been caused by bad weather.
One of the engineers of the helicopter, Zivanai Chakwenya, said the crash could have been caused by bad weather.
Before dies he flew Mai TT to her wedding venue in a helicopter.
“I am yet to believe the death of my workmate and friend,” said Chakwenya.
“The crash could have been caused by bad weather considering that the helicopter crashed away from the intended route.
“Flying from Kwekwe could not lead to a crash on the Mhondoro side but bad weather could have forced him to keep the safest route.
“We spent the better part of Saturday together, when he dropped Mai TT at her wedding held in Chisipite.
“From there, we took another client to Macheke, where we had fun with our client.