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“There was never a hatchet to bury” Madam Boss

Last night at the launch of “Yahwe” album by Pastor Olinda Marowa at 7-Arts Theatre in Avondale, controversial comedians and socialites Felistas Edwards, popularly known as Mai Titi and Tyrah Chikocho, known as Madam Boss took to the front row in solid support of Pastor Olinda.

Unexpected due to their assumed high flamed social media feud, people would naturally have expected the two to blow over and rip each other apart but they pleasantly shocked their followers and the public by their unity and chemistry, much thanks to Pastor Olinda who expressed the two are icons in her life and career.

“My sisters Felistas and Tyrah vakandikoshera and I couldnt help tears seeing them grace this event. I am thankful to God how they support me in good times and also when I am overwhelmed”, she said.

Asking Madam Boss if all was now well within the two camps with Mai Titi, she was quick to dismiss the public spat;

“There is no hatchet to bury, Mai Titi is my sister. Sisters fight but what rules above all is love and support of each other and what we represent to our followers, families and women empowerment”, said Madam Boss.

“I know many people expect perenial differences but mwari vanenge vavepi tikaita hupenyu hwekungomarana. Ndakatonzwa Dudzai akawana basa kumba kwamai Titi…” the comics socialite added with humour.

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