- The 90's musical twins have been out of the news for a while now
- Nhlanhla wanted to leave the music scene a couple years ago to pursue his passion for politics
- Lucky and Nhlanhla are still very close even though they do not sing together professional anymore
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The Shabangu twins hit the musical industry back in the 90’s. South African fans, especially the ladies, took a liking to this group even though R & B wasn’t as popular at that time.
Shona Phantsi and Love 10 000, were songs that made it big. If you have an older sister, there is the possibility that her first celebrity crush was one of the twins, reported ZAlebs.
The twins are now grown men in their 40’s and since they disappeared from the music scene one of the twins, Nhlanhla Shabangu, has ventured into the business world and become a shrewd businessman in various business ventures.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Nhlanhla, few years ago, said that he wanted to leave the music industry while they were still pertinent to the industry. He said that this was just a stepping stone and that they had accomplished their objective.
Founded in 2012, Nhlanhla was the president of the beauty pageant, Miss Heritage Global. A video was made with Nhlanhla enlightening viewers of what Miss Heritage Global is about.
Politics is also one of Nhlanhla’s passions.
He is still close to his twin brother Lucky. Even though the brothers decided to choose different careers, they are still have amazing singing voices.
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Tebogo and Lesley Sithathu the other set of twins from the group are still in the picture. The four are still good friends.
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Source: Briefly News