DJ Tira shows interest in signing Qwabe twins under Afrotainment

DJ Tira shows interest in signing Qwabe twins under Afrotainment

- The Qwabe twins have had many of us wondering just what their next move will be

- The girls are no longer part of Idols SA after one was voted off and the other decided to quit

- It seems there is hope for them yet - DJ Tira has shown interest in signing Viggy and Virginia

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It was quite a dramatic move - Viggy Qwabe pulled out of Idols SA after her twin sister, Virginia was eliminated from the competition.

Many people started to speculate about what could have caused Viggy's decision, and soon rumours were going around that the two were bullied by another competitor and Viggy couldn't deal with it alone.

Briefly.co.za learnt dat the Qwabe twins have reportedly come forward and blamed Sneziey for Viggy's sudden exit.

Sneziey insists that she never once bullied the Qwabe twins and wishes nothing but the best for them. Mzansi Magic also jumped to Sneziey’s defence.

Now, it seems there's a light at the end of the tunnel for the twins and their career.

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It looks like DJ Tira is interested in signing the young singers to his label, Afrotainment.

Social media users are very happy to hear it and hope the DJ will take the girls far in their musical careers.

@punkieleen

"Thank you @DJTira ... The industry needs more people like you."

@mthembu_zizile

"Plus I know Malume has the power to make them bigger than Idols would nje @DJTira, siyabonga Malume."

@lisa_jhane

"Thank you Dj Tira! Yes, haters can do and say whatever! Watch the twins flourish at Afrotainment. Becauseeee mxmm laGallo records ka-idols, was not gonna do the twins talent justice anyway, I just wanted them to win cause of the 1M rand and cause they deserve it."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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