Mzansi Magic dismiss claims that 'Idols SA' voting is rigged

Mzansi Magic dismiss claims that 'Idols SA' voting is rigged

- Mzansi Magic denies that the voting for Idols SA is unfair and rigged

- This comes after one of the judges was able to accurately predict who would go home - one of the Qwabe twins

- The twins' father also spoke up, accusing the show of having a rigged voting system

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The words 'rigged voting' has been thrown around a lot since Viggy and Virginia Qwabe left Idols SA.

According to IOL News, Somizi Mhlongo was able to predict that one of the twins would be going home - which actually happened.

Viggy then decided to leave the competition and soon rumours were going around that fellow competitor, Sneziey, bullied the twins. This has since been addressed and put to bed.

Now, Mzansi Magic had to respond to the rigging rumours after the twins' father, Laurence, spoke up about it.

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"We got the information through insiders who felt sorry for the twins, and also from those who see the counting process. This happened a few days before the Sunday round.
"Idols is rigged and I advised Viggy to withdraw. I don't want my girls to get hurt. They are back home in KZN. I came back with them and I've kept them in a safe place, away from everyone, including the media."

Here's what Mzansi Magic had to say:

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