- TNS took to social media to voice his concerns over a group who are out to get him
- He believes that they want to steal his music
- He broke down during an Instagram live feed and asked his fans to pray for him
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Musician TNS took to Instagram live where he revealed that he believed that people were out to get him.
TNS, aka Nkazimulo Ngema, has alleged that a group called 'Durban United' are planning to attack him. He also believes that there is a WhatsApp group with numerous Durban artists who want to steal his music.
Briefly.co.za learned that the young musician has a number of hits under his belt already and has amassed legions of fans., whom he asked to pray to help him overcome this challenge.
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He told fans on Instagram about his concerns.
“They’re so many, they even formed a group… to see if this thing I cannot handle. I cannot fight. I can’t fight this fight because I’m alone. I don’t have a mother and a father," he cried.
He revealed that he was alone, without any family. He alleges that those out to get him are using muthi according to ZAlebs.
"They try to do all this bad things so that I quit, so that I give-up, so that I become paralysed, so that in the end, I'll be unable to make the kind of music I made for South Africans."
"The problem is that in all that is happening they are making fun of my work, and planning sh*t against me. Apparently, there are things that I have and I am not supposed to have… This has been bothering me. I’m not competing with anyone and if someone is competing with me (they) must come forward…
The Daily Sun spoke to his manager Ayanda Mthembu who responded.
"I will speak to him and get clarity. But TNS is still young and has been through so much especially in the music industry. He is always indoors if he is not in studio. He is trying to deal with things. But before I give a detailed comment, I must speak to him first," he said.
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