After losing over 30Kg, here’s Nazizi’s next move
Two East African musicians, Tanzanian rapper Zola D and Nazizi Hirji are rumoured to feature in their own fitness show called ‘Workout TV show’.
This however, will not steer Zola D away from his music path, he clarified.
“I am still going to do music and I already have some music with video (sic) which will be released very soon, I was just a bit busy with the preparations for the show that I will be doing with Nazizi from Kenya,” He told Tanzania’s Bongo 5 in a recent interview.
“However, I had to take a small break to be in Kenya recently with Nazizi because of the workout show,” clarified Zola D.
Zola D revealed that it will air on a Kenyan TV station.
“We have already recorded one episode and we are still recording, as soon as we are done, it will be aired on Kenyan TV because Kenyans loved how Nazizi was able to reduce a lot of weight after exercising,” he added.
The Kenyan Gal Kenyan Boy singer successfully lost more than 30 kilograms in early 2015.
She shed the weight in a span of five months and subscribed to kickboxing lessons, with Zola D, to become physically fit.
Nazizi revealed that her love for ice cream and chocolates were the greatest contributor to her obesity, and the health complications arising from the weight gain.
However not everything was rosy, the Jump and Shout hit-maker admitted she faced challenges coping with the new workout lessons.
“It’s so challenging, I can’t explain the pain in my body; my arms, my wrists, my shoulders, my knees…” She said.
Nevertheless, she vowed not to give up saying: “I miss my weights but I trust in the process. No excuses – pain is nothing. No pain, no future.”
She also did away with the baggy-jeans, tomboy look which was her trademark appearance for 15 years music industry career.
Nazizi has not mentioned anything about the said TV project, but recently posted a picture of her and her fellow Necessary member, Wyre.
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