Felistas "Mai Titi" Maruta is a Zimbabwean comedian and musician. She gained public attention through her humorous skits that have become popular on social media platforms such as Facebook, WhatsApp and YouTube.

Felistas Maruta
Occupation
  • Comedian
  • Musician
Known for Being a comedian.

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Background

She is married and is a mother of two.[1]

Education

She attended Mufakose 1 High and also Glenview 1 High.[1]

Career

She posted her first skit on Facebook on 22 December 2016.[2] In March 2017 she released a track "Makatendeka" which was produced by Propabless Entertainment and featured two upcoming musicians, Denzel and Janay. She said she started singing in Sunday school and tried to venture into the music industry when she was 18.[3]

Videos

Mai Titi
Makuhwa kkkk
Bring Bek my bundles kkkk



Controversy

Offering sex tutorials

She was criticised after the leaking of a one-minute 26-second video clip in which she is seen offering “sex tutorials” to women on how to spice up their sex lives at a private event. In the video, Mai Titi, dressed in corresponding white and black shorts and top, is seen demonstrating seductive bedroom moves and positions meant to give one’s sex life a boost on another woman seated on a chair while other females watch. She revealed that she has been offering sex tutorials since 2008.

Speaking to NewsDay she said that she was saddened by such behaviour from a confidante who leaked the video. Said Maruta:

It appears I have invited trouble upon myself as I am facing denigration for the love of trying to help and save my sisters’ marriages after I accepted the invitation to share some bedroom secrets with them. Sadly, someone decided to leak the private, bedroom-only material to the public for reasons better known to herself. It is unfortunate when a fellow woman takes pride in exposing their own private bedroom material, that is of help to them in their marriages, to the public. We only do this as a way of trying to help each other with teachings to protect our marriages.

The comedian also said that after the leaking of the video, she received messages from men requesting “practicals” as they mistook her for a sex worker. She threatened to name and shame the men if they continued pestering her for sex.[4]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Mai Titi joins Zimbabwe's comedy elite, Zimbojam, published: January 17, 2017, retrieved: May 25, 2017
  2. Winstone Antonio, Mai Titi unmasked, Standard, published: January 15, 2017, retrieved: May 25, 2017
  3. Sophie Chese-Msowa, Mai Titi turns to music, Herald, published: March 7, 2017, retrieved: May 25, 2017
  4. Winstone Antonio, Mai Titi offers tips to spice up the bedroom, NewsDay, published: March 11, 2017, retrieved: May 25, 2017

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