The musician said she decided to open up on the health challenge to create awareness and support systems for many women affected by fibroids.
“I would like us to sit and reflect on a condition that is affecting many women, most of whom suffer in silence, many of whom are thought to be pregnant or eating unhealthy when they are not,” she said in a statement shared on her Facebook page.
The mbira star urged men to join the fight against fibroids, adding that many women were suffering in silence.
She said she decided to use her influence as a celebrated mbira player and singer to shed more light on the condition and rally women affected by fibroids together and create awareness and support for each other.
Masike urged women with the condition to open up and share their stories on her social media platforms or her private inbox in order to fight the condition.