Zuchu leaves netizens shocked with her English accent

Zuchu posted a video addressing her Kenyan fans using proper grammar and an American accent


It seems Zuchu has been practising and is more than ready to show off her now flawless command of the English language.

The Tanzanian songstress posted a video of her promoting her soon-to-be show in Kenya and she was determined to get through to her audience by using a universal language, English.

Though not her strong suit as she's always conversing in Swahili, Zuchu left netizens shocked as she expressed herself fluently in English with an American accent to sweeten the message.

"Hello, what's Gucci Kenya, my beautiful people in Kenya it is me your girl Zuchu from the WCB Wasafi label, and I am here to let you all know that this December, I will be performing live in Nairobi and the venue is at Ngong Racecourse. 

Kindly get your tickets! started the "Sukari" hitmaker.

She went on to add, "lakini pia I will also be performing in Eldoret on the 11th and the venue will be at Eldoret Sports Club, so kindly get your ticket and let's have a lot of fun."

The Wasafi Records signee finished off by adding, "I cannot wait to meet you guys, I love you all!" 

Below are a few comments from fans online:

abbiedxb: Wakenya tunaongeleshwa kizungu vile inafaa eh β€οΈβ€οΈπŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ😘

fatmangalo1483: Grammar 😘

oluwafemkizzy: you are doing great @officialzuchu πŸ™ŒπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ 

xunnie72 : such nice Englishβ€οΈπŸ€— yaani unajua

Everyone knows English isn't Tanzanian's strong suit.

who is set to perform in the US
Zuchu who is set to perform in the US

Artists such as Diamond, Harmonize, and Rayvanny have been severally mocked and made fun of for mispronouncing words or having a weak command of the language.

Two weeks ago Diamond came out to reveal that he feels the language barrier is limiting East African musicians from going international. 

The artist further encouraged Bongo artistes to push themselves outside Africa saying Swahili songs limit them from going international.

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