- Mzansi social media users have questioned a video of DJ Tira, Mampintsha, Babes Wodumo and Dladla Mshunqisi
- In the clip, the Durban musicians are jamming to Dladla's upcoming track featuring Babes Wodumo
- Many peeps feel that Tira and Mampintsha were allegedly high when the video was filmed
A clip of DJ Tira, Mampintsha, Babes Wodumo and Dladla Mshunqisi in studio has left Mzansi with many questions.
The Durban musicians had been listening to Dladla's new song when they filmed the live Instagram clip. Social media users suspected that the musicians were high when they recorded the footage.
Many people questioned why Tira's jaw was moving uncontrollably when he was whispering something to Mpintsho. Both Tira and Mampintsha were wearing dark shades in the video. The clip posted by Babes on Instagram was shared on Twitter by @Mthobi_.
Tweeps hilariously alleged that the Gqom artists were high on drugs when they went to the studio. Check out some of their comments below:
"There’s a lot going on in this vid BUT the jaw."
"Why is it moving like that."
"High as kites!"
"That was my first observation. Ihamba nabo."
"I can’t believe this. These two got Tira hooked on drugs also."
"Why is Babes busy poking Mampintsha in the back? Why is Babes' top lip looking like that? I have so many questions."
"The only person ongekho (who is not) high la uDladla. He's just being his usual loud self."
"His jaw moving involuntarily like that makes my skin crawl. I wonder what causes that."
"These ones are allegedly high yoh, cav the jaws."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that DJ Tira took to social media to poke fun at a scammer. The fraudster tried to swindle a Facebook user out of R1 000.
DJ Tira took to Instagram and shared the screenshot of the convo between the trickster and the alert Facebook user. The scammer, who pretended to be Makoya Bearings, could not even spell Tira's nickname. The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker hilariously captioned his post:
"Ngi Celebrate phela respect!!!"
The fraudster, who called himself "Maboya Berings", demanded respect from the victim. When the Facebook user asked the imposter what he wanted, he hilariously replied:
"I'm a celebrity, show some respect."
He then explained that he wanted R1 000 because he had been robbed off his money. The alert Facebook user told the scammer where to get off and to go and try others.
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