Unveiling the Real Name
Kikky Badass, the Zimbabwean sensation, is none other than Christabell Stembeni Mahlungwa.
Celebrating the Birthday and Age
Born on April 15, 1995, in Harare, Zimbabwe, Kikky Badass is currently 28 years old as of 2023.
Kikky Badass laid the foundation of her education at Avondale Primary School and continued her secondary
education at Trust Academy in Harare. She further pursued sociology at Midlands State University.
Embarking on a Musical Odyssey
Entering the music scene in 2012, Kikky quickly rose to prominence in the Zimbabwean hip-hop community. Her
distinct style and compelling performances established her as a rapper, singer, and songwriter.
Endorsement of President E D Mnangagwa
On August 4, 2023, Kikky posted a YouTube clip expressing her support for President E D Mnangagwa.
Highlighting Remarkable Releases
In October 2017, Kikky unveiled her debut album, “Queen of The South,” featuring collaborations with
renowned artists like YCee, Marcus Mafia, and Jnr Brown. The album launch at Crown Plaza Hotel in Harare
marked a significant milestone. Additionally, her 2018 five-track EP, “Mambokadzi,” showcased a
collaboration with Zim dancehall artist Freeman on the track “Rewind.”
The Tiara Baluti Dispute
2017 witnessed a lyrical feud between Kikky Badass and female rapper Tiara Baluti. Stemming from an
interview where Tiara expressed reluctance to collaborate, Kikky responded on social media, branding
Tiara as arrogant.
Navigating Through Divorce
In December 2019, Kikky tied the knot with businessman Benias Mupasiri, sparking a social media frenzy.
However, rumours circulated about their divorce within three years. In a recent Star FM interview, Kikky
disclosed that she initiated the separation while planning their white wedding.
Accolades and Achievements
Kikky Badass garnered acclaim in Zimbabwean hip-hop, earning Best Female and Best Dressed awards at the 2019
Changamire Hip Hop Awards. In 2017, she secured Best Female and People’s Choice awards at the Zimhiphop
- Queen of The South (2017)
- Bloodline (2020)
- Mambokadzi (2018)
Legacy of the “Goddess of Too Much Sauce”
Kikky Badass, with her dynamic performances, bold style, and impactful lyrics, left an indelible mark on
Zimbabwean hip-hop. Her devoted fan base and numerous awards attest to her influential legacy.