Prophet Passion Java has endorsed rapper Felix ‘Flexi J’ Juru’s drive to raise awareness against child abuse in the society.
Flex J recently dropped his new project Jemedza which he featured Rockford “Roki” Josphat.
The Marondera based artiste was encouraged by Prophet Passion to continue supporting initiatives to do with children.
“Following the song Jemedza, I met Prophet Passion whilst at Star FM who endorsed my song Jemedza, and promised to support me.
“He listened to Jemedza and saw it necessary to discourage child abuse by perpetrators.
“He is prepared to support me on such initiatives,” he said.
The song Jemedza is a project to urged societies to be wary of child abuse.
“Child abuse is very destructive, so terrible and inevitable to ignore, so it’s something that causes an outcry.
“That’s when the title sheds light where the abused are crying aloud and I am the voice for the voiceless.
“Child abuse is very rampant in our communities and I did the song with Roki because he is one of the few artists I know who really puts emotions on a theme especially like this one and it ends up connecting with the listener to an extent that the song can really change the world, which is my goal.”
“My mother, Maria Warinda has also been a pillar of strength in everything I do.
“She supports me all the time.”
The musician unfortunately last week lost valuables to thieves.
“We parked at OK supermarket and I was in the company of my mother.
“The thieves took advantage of our absence and destroyed the window before they took valuables, including cell phones, money and some clothes.
“The matter has since been taken to court after the assailants were arrested.
“Takabirwa titori mushop so when we got out that’s when we discovered the mishap.”