Weekly wrap: Qwabe twins drama and 'The Mlungu Dance' fever hits SA

Weekly wrap: Qwabe twins drama and 'The Mlungu Dance' fever hits SA

It was quite a dramatic week for the Qwabe twins - their exit from Idols SA led to many opinions and their dad got involved as well. The 'The Mlungu Dance' had South Africans in the mood to party, making it super popular.

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1. Idols SA and Sneziey clear up bullying drama involving Qwabe twin

Viggy announced her exit from Idols SA in a rather harsh and emotional social media post that left many with a bunch of unanswered questions.

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

Rumour had it that Sneziey made Viggy and Virginia’s time on Idols SA hell and that Viggy was not prepared to face the bullying alone. Sneziey came forward and made it very clear that she never once bullied the Qwabe twins and wishes nothing but the best for them.

2. 'The Mlungu Dance': Video of man's impressive dance moves goes viral

Recently, a video resurfaced on the Facebook group #ImStaying, showing a white man dancing at what appears to be a concert. The video was originally posted five months ago but went viral again after it was shared this week.

The man was identified as the talented Brandon Linden who is a dancer, choreographer and personal trainer, according to his Instagram page.

The video gathered well over half a million views and South Africans could not get enough of Linden's dancing.

Here's 'The Mlungu Dance':

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3. Qwabe twins' father speaks out on the recent drama: 'Idols is rigged'

The Qwabe twins have been the talk of the town for days. Neither Viggy and Virginia are competing in Idols anymore, and their fans aren't happy.

Their father, Laurence, has spoken up, saying the competition was not fair.

The Daily Sun quoted Laurence as saying:

"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."

4. Bonang Matheba claps back at Ntsiki Mazwai's recent social media rant

Media personality Ntsiki Mazwai took a jab at Woolworths for their lack of black-owned products.

Ntsiki even threw shade at Bonang Matheba, saying Woolworths was only using Bonang's name for the products, and that Queen B didn't really own it.

When Bonang caught wind of the insults, she hit back in her classic way. Her fans are so proud of her.

5. Love struck: DJ Zinhle gushes over AKA name-dropping her in new track

AKA finally name-dropped his bae, DJ Zinhle’s name in one of his new rap songs, which left Zinhle on cloud nine and even jamming to the track.

You know their love is real when they keep dropping little gestures and shout outs on social media. AKA mentioned his girlfriend in his new track, F.R.E.E featuring DJ Tira and Riky Rick.

The rapper samples Zinhle’s first hit, ‘My Name Is’ and the shout-out to his bae. He rapped:

“Nyus’ iVolume… Kalawa Phakathi… u DJ Zinhle on top of the charts.”

The blushing DJ Zinhle took to her Instagram stories rapping along to her bae’s hot song and flaunting her excitement that he dropped her name in it too. Check out the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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