Ladies and gentlemen, behold is Tanzania's favorite female singer, Zuchu.
Zuhura Othman popularly known as Zuchu is a Tanzanian songstress who has gained popularity so fast over the past three years. She also boasts of a huge following on social media accounts. Zuchu is a talented singer and has produced hits such as 'sukari, cheche, kwikwi' among others.
On Monday, Zuchu captured the attention of her followers after sharing two photos of herself in what looks like a wedding gown. The long dress that runs from the shoulders to the floor is white in colour with a long ‘tail’ that sweeps the floor.
Captioning the photos, she said that every woman in the beauty industry wants to look nice and be crowned as the winner of beauty competitions. That is every woman's dream.
Zuchu broke up with Diamond Platnumz a few weeks ago after months of flowers and roses. She bitterly urged her fans not to tag her in his posts or even mention her. She announced publicly that she was single.
Zuchu is signed under Wasafi Music Label which is owned by Diamond Platnumz. She had won several national and international awards courtesy of the WCB label.
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