Robert Junior and Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe
Reports from South Africa say Robert Junior Mugabe and Chatunga Bellarmine Mugabe, sons of Zimbabwean 93 years old President Robert Mugabe were evicted from a luxury apartment in Sandton Johanneburg because of what was described as "unacceptable behaviour" on the night of Friday, 14th July 2017.
Sources claim the Zimbabwean Presidential sons are notorious for wild partying lifestyle, and hanging out in social circles out of the harem of trending young ladies, drinking binges and alleged drug abuse, as well as splurging money like cofetti.
Inside look an apartment at The Regent Sandton Johannesburg.
The guys were booted out from the 10th Storey block of The Regent MCC Luxury Apartments located at Number 21 West Road South, Morningside, Sandton, South Africa, Johannesburg's wealthiest residential area.
It is reported that the eviction came after the Mugabe boys and their friends went painting the city of Johannesburg red, during a birthday party of one of them. However, everything went wrong and sour on their way back, in 'The Regent highly secured entrance, during a late night brawl, when two rival groups had a dispute over women. The fight which ensued, left one member of the security aid with a broken leg and shattered arm. Ambulances and police were called to the scene and witness statements taken'.
Another resident said the boys left The Regent abruptly, after they were forced to vacate the property for their 'unacceptable behaviour' and violent incident.
Sources say 'cigarette burns, whisky, champagne and red wine-soiled carpet' are all that remain in the floor the Mugabe rascals once occupied.