A lot of Zimbabweans might know her as the young girl who shares celeb gossip on youtube but behind that is a top class Shona poet. She is a natural and her words are complemented by her natural look. She is an eloquent poet and a marvel to listen to. Zimbabwe should get ready to be wowed in a manner never before heard from a young girl.
One would expect her as a young girl not keen to be associated with "zvinhu zveShona" like many other youths but on the contrary, Adore is proud of her heritage. Her strong command of the Shona language makes it a joy to listen to. She is from Mutoko and is proud to cite her totem in a way that makes one question their pride in their cultural heritage.
Adore Ruzhubaro told Zekey Media that she discovered her talent when she was in secondary school at Alheit Mission School in Gutu.
'I discovered this talent in 2012 when I was in form 1. Infact I was forced to go for public speaking after the school couldn't find someone to do the Shona speech. So I became the best Shona public speaker..."
Adore has so far shared a few of her poetry and people are receiving her very well. Some of her best poems include Gwendo gweJoni and Dzomuchando kuzipa.
Find Adore on facebook, Instagram and Youtube.
After Jada Pinkett took herself to the Red Table and confirmed what August Alsina had alleged about them having had a relationship, the streets were left shook. For some reason seemed people expected Jada to deny but well, she affirmed.
Out of that short Red Table talk which Will Smith took part, a new but old word was invented ENTANGLEMENT.
When Jada Pinkett was trying to explain how complicated her relationship with August Alsina was, she chose the word 'ENTANGLEMENT'. From then on, the word began to trend. Well, some say its now the new word for infidelity or cheating.
In an interview with vulture.com, August Alsina agreed to the use of the word entanglement by Jada Pinkett.
"I don't know why that word is such an issue," he said. "I would agree [with Jada]. If you look up the definition of 'entanglement,' it is a complex and difficult relationship. It was exactly that. I think it's just the language that probably stuck out to people. But I definitely have to agree with it being an entanglement. It definitely was something complicated, a complicated dynamic."