Zimbabwe’s renowned rapper and musician, Maskiri, has made a significant career transition from the limelight to the farmlands. The 43-year-old artist, who rose to fame in the early 2000s with hits like “Tambudzai” and “Zverudo Zvaramba”, has now dedicated himself to full-time goat breeding and importation farming.

Maskiri’s passion for farming was ignited during his childhood visits to his rural home in Hwedza, where he would spend time with his family and learn about the ins and outs of agriculture. He has since specialized in breeding Boer goats and Kalahari Red, two popular breeds known for their high-quality meat and adaptability to various climates.

Despite his success in the music industry, Maskiri’s career was often marred by controversy due to the explicit content of his lyrics, which led to his music being banned from Zimbabwean airwaves. However, this has not deterred him from pursuing his new passion, and he has found solace in the peaceful and rewarding world of farming.

In his new venture, Maskiri has found a sense of purpose and fulfillment, and he is now dedicated to sharing his knowledge and expertise with others. He hopes to inspire a new generation of farmers and contribute to the growth and development of Zimbabwe’s agricultural sector.

Through his journey, Maskiri has proven that it’s never too late to pursue a new passion and make a meaningful impact in a different field. His story serves as an inspiration to many, showing that with hard work and dedication, anyone can succeed in their chosen path, regardless of their background or previous experiences.

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