- Duncan showed his loyalty to DJ Tira recently when TNS tried to shade him on social media
- TNS tried to blame Tira for some of the unsettling things he's experienced in his music career and Duncan wasn't having it
- Putting TNS in his place, Duncan gained mad respect from Tira and the two strengthened their bond
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Duncan gave TNS gears for blaming DJ Tira for his career fails. You have to man up and admit your mistakes or you will never grow.
It is so easy to blame others for your downfall, especially in the entertainment world – pity seems to trump accountability.
Briefly.co.za learnt that TNS dissed Tira hard this past weekend, implying that he had a hand in some of his music career slumps.
Seeing the whole saga play out on social media got Duncan’s back up. There is nothing he hates more than a shade-thrower and sympathy-seeker.
TNS went on his rant, linking Tira to some of the music industry messes he’s experienced, and then Duncan came for him.
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Putting TNS in his place, Duncan gained mad respect from Tira and the two formed a bond that will never be forgotten. Loyalty matters, especially in the music industry.
No matter what was thrown at him, Duncan stuck to his guns and backed Tira unquestioningly!
In other news, the social media streets are a rough place - when a person suffers humiliation, empathy and pity can be hard to find.
Musician Duncan asked his bae for her hand in marriage but she didn't want to hear about it. As soon as he went down on one knee, the lady wanted to get out of the mall they were in.
Duncan was with his fellow artists from Thee Legacy as well as DJ Tira when he got shot down.
The whole thing was caught on camera and Tira even shared the incident live on Facebook.
But peeps were sceptical. They thought the whole thing was staged as part of a publicity stunt to promote Duncan's new track.
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