- DJ Obza found himself in trouble after he got arrested for providing fake Covid-19 results to gain access to Namibia
- The DJ was scheduled to perform in Windhoek and was arrested after it was found that his negative test result had been faked
- Obza eventually made it into Nambia and is scheduled to perform on Sunday, much to the delight of fans
Covid-19 has definitely changed things for artists and how they perform and this was the case for Amapiano DJ Obza. DJ Obza had to perform in Windhoek, Namibia and was supposed to hand in his Covid-19 results to gain access into the country.
The DJ allegedly handed in fake Covid-19 results and was caught, resulting in him getting arrested. DJ Obza was arrested in Walvis Bay on Saturday.
DJ Obza is a rising star who has made his mark with his hit single Mang'dakiwe. Unfortunately, he was not able to attend the event due to his arrest.
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DJ Obza finally landed in Namibia eventually. He posted a video of himself at the airport and met his fans. He is set to perform at the Garden Inn this coming Saturday. Obza is off the hook now and can't wait to share his fire set with his fans.
Obza was also spotted hanging out with Amushelelo, who welcomed him into the country. DJ Obza had been scheduled to perform alongside Gazza at the weekend but he backed out due to various issues.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Emtee sent a warning to Big Xhosa following the young rapper's diss track. Emtee has issued a stern warning to up-and-coming rapper Big Xhosa.
The Roll Up hitmaker was responding to the young rapper's recent diss track aimed at Mzansi rappers besides AKA and Big Zulu. Emtee took to Instagram Live recently and insinuated that Big Xhosa was mentally disturbed after he dropped the diss track.
Big Xhosa took to Twitter on Sunday, 9 May to share his thoughts on Emtee's reaction to the diss track. Big Xhosa tried to be nice to Emtee, saying that the Hustla's music got him through "some worst times".
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