You might have heard that Sipe, one of Malawi’s representatives at the just ended Big Brother Africa (BBA) Hotshots, was also a recording artist, but never heard any of her studio work, except for her singing in the house – well we have her 2010 music video for you.
The reggae gospel video, titled “My Hero, Jesus Christ”, uploaded on YouTube four years ago, shows Sipe under the artist name Lady Zee aka Sipherile.
One of the photos of erotic Lady Zee that was posted on Facebook when Sipe went into BBA house.
Just one or two days after Sipe was unveiled as Malawi’s housemate alongside Mr. 265, rumours evidenced by pictures went circulating on social media that she was that ‘erotic’ dancer known as Lady Zee who had been performing at some events in Lilongwe – they were however quickly played down by some followers.
“My Hero, Jesus Christ” is a powerful track sang mostly in Zambian Bemba, with a few lyrics done in English and it shows how zealous the 24-year-old, born Sipherile Chitambo, can be as a singer and performer.
Sipe went into the BBA house as a hairdresser who had an MSCE and ICM Hotel and Catering Management qualification. She listed Beyonce as her role model saying “she’s hardworking and she makes it look so easy. I’d love to be like her”.
Her favourite musicians are Beyonce, Brandy, Sam Smith and Zahara and her favourite actors are Idris Elba and Angelina Jolie.
Watch the video here: