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Njuzu (Mermaid) S.ex Videos: What is Behind the Name and Act?

Assuming a nickname called njuzu (mermaid) seems harmless. Well, it is just another name, after all, everyone has a name and a nickname at s...

Assuming a nickname called njuzu (mermaid) seems harmless. Well, it is just another name, after all, everyone has a name and a nickname at some stage.

Trending socialite, Monalisa Chavura decided to become a land mermaid. Her life was herded to the deeper ends of life, her fans mobbed her social media sites, appreciating her curvy features, drooling over them, publicly.
By @Comic24Derick

But what’s in a name, William Shakespeare posed that question before and today as Monalisa’s videos are bonking the social media spaces, we interrogate the question once more.

The dictionary refers to a name as a word or set of words by which a person or thing is known, addressed, or referred to. And they come in all sizes and formats. In 2019, Liam ranked number one for a name given to boys, while for girls it was Olivia.

A nickname is a substitute for the proper name of a familiar person, place or thing. Commonly used to express affection, it is a form of endearment and amusement. A moniker can also be used to express defamation of character, particularly by school bullies. At one stage, one is guaranteed to acquire one, if not at school then in a family or work.

On to the trending Monalisa, whose birth name denotes happiness or nobility or a famous painting. The socialite, however, decided to strip her nobility and baptise herself as njuzu in Shona vernacular or mermaid. Alongside her boyfriend often called, Hell Commander, the duo became a match in for their preferred weird labels. 
Monalisa 'Njuzu' Chavura
But what is peculiar about a mermaid? Nothing to the unassuming. Because in folklore, a mermaid is an aquatic creature with the head and upper body of a female human and the tail of a fish. They appear in the folklore of many cultures worldwide, including Europe, Asia, and Africa – Zimbabwe included. 

Perilous events including floods, storms, shipwrecks or drownings are closely linked to mermaids. The male equivalent of the mermaid is the merman but that is not the subject of this piece.

To the spiritually inclined, the water creatures possess a spiritual meaning. “When we move around as groups of ladies in bars, joints and braai places, you see one lady attracting too much attention of men, then you know her mermaid attracts men. Another one makes money; her mermaid is a wealth-maker and so on,” according to the weekly Sunday Mail.

In positive cases, it can create wealth. “Others have mermaids that promote prostitution. But we normally promote those that create wealth,’’ a traditional healer said. In African traditional beliefs, mermaid spirits are marine spirits. In that realm, a person possessed is normally taken underwater by a mermaid in a sudden swoop and never returns for two or three years, then returns.

The healer further mentions that “Most of these beautiful women you see in Harare, calling themselves slay queens or socialites, driving beautiful cars and eating good food, are possessed by mermaid spirits.” She further claims to have conducted water rituals to initiate women into the underworld.

Christians believe the marine spirit is satanic. “The devil has many kingdoms and one of them is the marine kingdom that runs the marine spirit. This kingdom has many things in it and a queen is in charge other than a king. It has different types of departments that affect different areas in someone’s life. In life, some people will always look for a mistake not counting on good things you would have done.”

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