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Peter spoiled his album launch after he attached his step mother saying she was no longer part of the Moyo family. Not only did he denounce his mother in front of government ministers, music promoters and fellow musicians but Peter went further to say his step mum was free to fall in love with anyone- a taboo in our culture.<ref> Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, [http://nehandaradio.com/2013/06/24/peter-moyo-under-fire-for-minienhle-remarks/ Peter Moyo under fire for Minienhle remarks], Published: 24 Jun 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014 </ref> There had been an outcry by promoters who are saying Peter is becoming too big for his shoes. Only three years in the music industry, he had courted controversy many times. At one point failed to turn up for a show where he was supposed to share the stage with [[Tryson Chimbetu]] in [[Bulawayo]]. There was commotion as fans were not refunded.<ref> Tawanda Marwizi and Yeukai Karengezeke, [http://www.herald.co.zw/peter-moyo-caught-offside/ Peter Moyo caught offside],'Herald', Published: 16 Dec 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014 </ref> Moyo also clashed with [[Beverly Sibanda]]<ref name="NIGEL"> Nigel Pfunde, [http://www.thezimmail.co.zw/2014/09/12/bev-peter-moyo-fall-out/ Bev. Peter fall out], ''The Zimbabwe Mail'', Published:12 Sep 2014,Retrieved:28 January 2015"</ref>.
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Peter spoiled his album launch after he denounced his step mother, Minienhle as belonging to the Moyo family and stated that she was free to fall in love with anyone- a taboo in our culture.<ref> Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, [http://nehandaradio.com/2013/06/24/peter-moyo-under-fire-for-minienhle-remarks/ Peter Moyo under fire for Minienhle remarks], Published: 24 Jun 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014 </ref> It was reported that promoters were ditching Peter as he seemed to be adamant. Peter has courted controversy. At one point he failed to turn up for a show where he was supposed to share the stage with [[Tryson Chimbetu]] in [[Bulawayo]]. There was commotion as fans were not refunded.<ref> Tawanda Marwizi and Yeukai Karengezeke, [http://www.herald.co.zw/peter-moyo-caught-offside/ Peter Moyo caught offside],'Herald', Published: 16 Dec 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014 </ref> Moyo also clashed with [[Beverly Sibanda]]<ref name="NIGEL"> Nigel Pfunde, [http://www.thezimmail.co.zw/2014/09/12/bev-peter-moyo-fall-out/ Bev. Peter fall out], ''The Zimbabwe Mail'', Published:12 Sep 2014,Retrieved:28 January 2015"</ref>.
 
   
 
   
He was again caught offside when he denounced all his fathers friends saying that they were not his. When, [[Jah Prayzah]], was given a car by Tongai Moyo's friend Esau Mupfumi, it was therefore generally believed that Peter was snubbed. Some promoters even lashed out at him saying he was misguided.<ref> Silence Charumbira, [http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2014/03/02/peter-moyo-fails-capitalise-dads-popularity/ Peter Moyo fails to capitalise on dad's popularity], 'The Standard', Published: 2 March 2014, Retrieved :2 April 2014 </ref> On 25 January at a joint family show that was held in Westlea, Peter fumed that his late father's close friends were not his friends per se but were just his associates.<ref name="WINSTONE"> Winstone Antonio, [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2015/01/27/young-igwe-gets-back-wits/ Young Igwe gets back to his wits], ''NewsDay'', Published:27 Jan 2015,Retrieved:27 January 2015"</ref> He gave all the kudos to Suluman Chimbetu stating that he has been the only person who has managed to stick to his promises.<ref name="WINSTONE"/>
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He was again caught offside when he denounced all his fathers friends saying that they were not his friends. When, [[Jah Prayzah]], was given a car by Tongai Moyo's friend Esau Mupfumi, it was therefore generally believed that Peter was snubbed. Some promoters even lashed out at him saying he was misguided.<ref> Silence Charumbira, [http://www.thestandard.co.zw/2014/03/02/peter-moyo-fails-capitalise-dads-popularity/ Peter Moyo fails to capitalise on dad's popularity], 'The Standard', Published: 2 March 2014, Retrieved :2 April 2014 </ref> On 25 January at a joint family show that was held in Westlea, Peter fumed that his late father's close friends were not his friends per se but were just his associates.<ref name="WINSTONE"> Winstone Antonio, [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2015/01/27/young-igwe-gets-back-wits/ Young Igwe gets back to his wits], ''NewsDay'', Published:27 Jan 2015,Retrieved:27 January 2015"</ref> He gave all the kudos to Suluman Chimbetu stating that he has been the only person who has managed to stick to his promises.<ref name="WINSTONE"/>
  
 
==Scandalous love life==
 
==Scandalous love life==

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Musician
Peter Moyo
Peter Moyo
BornPeter Moyo
NationalityZimbabwe
EducationKwekwe Primary School, Chaplin High School
Occupation
  • Musician
  • Businessman.
Years active2011 to present
Home townKwekwe
Parent(s)Tongai Moyo

Peter Moyo is the son of the legendary Sungura musician Tongai Moyo, who took over the reigns of Utakataka Express after the death of his father in 2011. The young crooner, who was once accused of singing discord as he started off, went on to receive vocal lessons from gospel singer Charles Charamba[1], before releasing his début album which was well received.

Music Career

Peter who only started singing after his father became ill, faced many a rough patch as he tried but his vocals were very bad with some accusing him of singing discord. Nevertheless the ambitious artist, in the weeks before his father's death led the band on a tour of Botswana when Tongai Moyo was hospitalised for a brain tumour at Annes Hospital.[2] After his father's death, Peter who showed his eagerness to learn took over. Within a few weeks he was able to play the rhythm and lead guitars. He shared the stage with the likes of Oliver Mtukudzi and Alick Macheso singing his fathers songs on many occasions. It was not until June 2013 when the 'young igwe' stepped out of his father's shadow by releasing his debut album 'Mushonga Mukuru' which was auctioned at US$500.[3] The album carried tracks like 'Mira newako' and Tsonzo will received favourable airplay. In 2014, he released a DVD for his first album.

Hard Times

The young Igwe as Peter is affectionately known went through a rough patch as he tried to maintain his father's legacy. In 2013 he lost key band members, Spencer Khumulani, Gift “Shiga Shiga” Katulika and Gaison Sixpense. The foursome deserted Moyo and went n to flamboyant Energy Mutodi's band forcing Peter to start afresh. It was alleged the band members left him because of a financial crisis that had hit it. The band members were allegedly receiving as little as US$20.[4]To add salt to injury, his new-look band was involved in an accident while returning from a music gala a few months down the line. Most of the band members were injured and this threatened the collapse of the once revered Utakataka Express.[5]

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His Arrogance

Peter spoiled his album launch after he denounced his step mother, Minienhle as belonging to the Moyo family and stated that she was free to fall in love with anyone- a taboo in our culture.[6] It was reported that promoters were ditching Peter as he seemed to be adamant. Peter has courted controversy. At one point he failed to turn up for a show where he was supposed to share the stage with Tryson Chimbetu in Bulawayo. There was commotion as fans were not refunded.[7] Moyo also clashed with Beverly Sibanda[8].

He was again caught offside when he denounced all his fathers friends saying that they were not his friends. When, Jah Prayzah, was given a car by Tongai Moyo's friend Esau Mupfumi, it was therefore generally believed that Peter was snubbed. Some promoters even lashed out at him saying he was misguided.[9] On 25 January at a joint family show that was held in Westlea, Peter fumed that his late father's close friends were not his friends per se but were just his associates.[10] He gave all the kudos to Suluman Chimbetu stating that he has been the only person who has managed to stick to his promises.[10]

Scandalous love life

Peter has proven that he has an insatiable thirsty for women. It was reported that Peter once clashed with Dino Mudondo over a women.[11] Apart from wrecking havoc with Zimbabwean women, Moyo snatched Slizer, (whose real name is Naledi Kaisara). As a way of trying to save his relationship with his Zimbabwean women, Moyo dispelled ever dating Slizer. Slizer however confirmed that the two were an item.[12] He was also involved in another sex scandal.

Trivia

Peter launched a pageant, Miss Utakataka.[13]. He also runs a chicken business.

References

  1. Tawanda Marwizi, [1], Published: 31 Jan 2012, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014
  2. TONGAI MOYO’S SON STEPS OUT OF DAD’S SHADOW, 'Naisentertainment', Published: 9 Sep 2011, Retrieved:2 Apr 2014
  3. Problem Masau, Peter Moyo CD fetches US$5 000, 'Nehanda Radio', Published: 21 Jun 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014
  4. Pastor Charamba Groomes Peter Moyo, Published:3 Oct 2012, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014
  5. Saturday Lesuire Reporter, Peter ‘Igwe’ Moyo silences critics, Published: 29 Jun 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014
  6. Jonathan Mbiriyamveka, Peter Moyo under fire for Minienhle remarks, Published: 24 Jun 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014
  7. Tawanda Marwizi and Yeukai Karengezeke, Peter Moyo caught offside,'Herald', Published: 16 Dec 2013, Retrieved: 2 Apr 2014
  8. Nigel Pfunde, Bev. Peter fall out, The Zimbabwe Mail, Published:12 Sep 2014,Retrieved:28 January 2015"
  9. Silence Charumbira, Peter Moyo fails to capitalise on dad's popularity, 'The Standard', Published: 2 March 2014, Retrieved :2 April 2014
  10. 10.0 10.1 Winstone Antonio, Young Igwe gets back to his wits, NewsDay, Published:27 Jan 2015,Retrieved:27 January 2015"
  11. Nyasha Majoni, Don't Compare Me To My Father: Peter Moyo , The Financial Gazette, Published:5 Dec 2013,Retrieved:28 January 2015"
  12. Slizer dumps SA hubby for Peter Moyo, The Herald, Published:28 May 2014,Retrieved:28 January 2015"
  13. Sungura Maestro Peter Moyo Looking For Beautiful ‘Miss Utakataka’, Zim Eye, Published:18 Aug 2014,Retrieved:28 January 2015"