Butterphly auditioned to be a Radio Presenter in 2010 when she was just 19. By early 2011 she had been promoted to a prime slot during lunch time on the nation’s biggest radio station, Power Fm. There was no stopping; in 2012-2013 she was promoted yet again to Drive Time Radio an even bigger slot.Towards the end of 2013 she briefly worked during the early hours of the morning, she soon went back to her afternoon slot. At this time she auditioned for Coke On The Beat along with some of Zimbabwe’s top hotshots.
She got the role of Television Presenting. Not long after, Butterphly auditioned for Big Brother Africa and qualified as 1 of 26 other housemates for Africa’s biggest reality show. On her return she was elevated to the biggest show on Power Fm, the Breakfast Show. After running the show for almost a year, Butterphly realized she wanted more, much more. It was then that she decided to resign from her full time position and was reemployed on a part time basis.
All this was so she could focus on her numerous dreams that went far beyond just being a radio presenter. These include starting a fashion line and the production and performing of music among other things.