HIP-HOP gospel singer Mudiwa Mutandwa aka Mudiwa Hood has pledged to give Valentine’s Day gifts to single female junior doctors to thank the frontline workers for the work they are doing in the Covid-19 era.
The gifts are only for junior doctors who are not in relationships: “I am willing to surprise a few female junior doctors who are not in relationships with Valentine’s gifts as a thank you for the sterling work they are doing,” Mudiwa told the Daily News.
The singer said he will present the gifts to just a few doctors and not all the junior doctors: “l will pick at random and present the gifts to just a few doctors.” Mudiwa Hood has a reputation for giving to the less privileged and has a number of charity works under his belt.
He once shared images of his visit to see a teacher (Mr Chatikobo) who had trended online after stealing eight mealie cobs. He blessed the thieving teacher with some gifts and reimbursed the owner of the maize cobs by paying the full amount, freeing Mr Chatikobo.
Following that, the outspoken rapper took some street kids for a treat and purchased clothes and food for them. The Ndaita Mari singer’s music is a fusion of rap and gospel genres. He rose to fame with songs such as Anhu acho tisu and Ndaita Mari. Mudiwa has been awarded multiple awards since his debut song in April 2012. In 2015, he released a track titled Mwana Wamambo.