Emily Kchote was dethroned as Miss Zimbabwe World 2015 due to a discovery that she had engaged in pornography earlier this year. Her nude images surfaced on a pay per view website shortly after becoming the new queen which stirred up international news.
However, for Emily, this may just have been the turning point for her to gain respect in Zimbabwe. As half the world finds adoration on Kim Kardashian, there is another half that are still scratching their heads as to why she is anyone in the first place simply for a sex tape. Emily might just end up walking this path.
The ex queen is working on a documentary which chronicles her life and career. Ttled “In Emily’s Bag”, the documentary is being shot by Axis4 and is already in pre-production with the release of the trailer set for next weekend. “In Emily’s Bag” was jointly written by Kachote and Axis4 with the sole purpose of redefining the model.
The hour-long production was shot in different parts of Zimbabwe, mainly in Harare.
In an interview with The Herald Entertainment, the model said the documentary serves to inspire, motivate and encourage the girl child.
“It is my passion to see the African girl child rise. My name is a brand and I will continue to defend it. The documentary shall be called ‘In Emily’s Bag’ and fans should expect the rebranding of Emily Kachote. It is an insight into who Emily really is, answering all the speculations, rumors and offer candid details about myself,” she said.
Not long ago, Emily Kachote also became the new face of Jan-Jam Ladies’ wear outlet which was opened last week. The launch saw fashionistas, diplomats, designers and celebrities attending while at the same time enjoying the gifts and some of the freebies they got from the store to celebrate the new line. The event ran under the theme “Go Glam”, opening a new chapter for the fashion powerhouse that previously concentrated on men’s wear.
It seems like things might be just getting started for Kachote in a world where controversy establishes popularity.