Duma Mnqobi defends his music after being roasted by Black Twitter

Duma Mnqobi defends his music after being roasted by Black Twitter

Duma Mnqobi has come out to defend his choice to pursue a career in music after tweeps roasted him earlier in the week.

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The actor has just recently left his role as Fana on ‘Generations: The Legacy’ and tweeps haven’t been able to stop talking about him after finding out that he was going into the music industry.

Duma has been performing before he started acting but he now wants to take it more seriously, so he wasn’t taking any more of tweeps’ nonsense.

Briefly.co.za learned that tweeps have been begging him to go back to acting, but he is standing by his decision.

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Taking to Twitter, Duma shared a clip of his video for ‘Umsindo’, which is the song that had gotten tongues wagging earlier this week.

In his caption, he mentioned Cassper Nyovest and now tweeps are even more confused,

According to ZAlebs, maybe the actor is trying to get more attention, but tweeps were happy about his little “shout out” to Mufasa.

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Duma is clearly determined to continue down this road and he deserves props for that, but tweeps want him to ask the producers of 'Generations: The Legacy' to take him back..

One social media user remixed his track, ‘Umsindo’ and it got a pretty good response, so maybe Duma needs to rethink his approach to this whole music thing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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