Radio VOP can reveal that Jamaican based duo Nyanda and Nailah Thorbourne better refered to by their stage name, Brick and Lace, have been furious after learning that they had to be moved from the Rainbow Towers to Meikles Hotel as the former had no water.
A source at the hotel said the two sisters expressed shock at the sub standard nature of the government owned hotel.
“They … clearly expressed shock at the way the Hotel looked and worse still the water situation. We were told to keep quiet about it but everyone at work blushed with embarrasment.”
Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) chief executive Karikoga Kaseke said he would deal with the issue.
“This is bad and I am on this case. I want people to explain this mishap now,” said Kaseke who is known for his fiery temper.
The girls are billed to perform their upcoming show in Mutare tomorrow and in Harare on Saturday night.
“We are ready to give Zimbabwe the best that we can,” the girls said.
Brick and Lace — famed for their international chart-topping hits Love is Wicked, Bad to the Bone and Repent — were brought into the country by the Youth Tourism Network with the help of the ZTA.