TNS says he is in a better place and his fans can stop worrying

TNS says he is in a better place and his fans can stop worrying

- TNS has broken his silence over his Instagram rant

- He had accused a group of trying to attack him using muthi

- The musician let his fans know that he is fine and was just in a bad place

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Last week, TNS took to Instagram where he accused a group called 'Durban United' of scheming against him in a live stream. learned that the alleged that the group were prepared to use muthi to kill him or incapacitate him so they could steal his music.

"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."

TNS has broken his silence on the incident and told his fans not to worry about him according to ZAlebs.

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“I'm okay now ... my fans can stop worrying about me.
I was just pouring my heart out. The ending of the video was not my plan at all. It just happened.
“I'm glad it happened because I needed to pour it all out.”

His Instagram outburst caused quite a concern online.

In related news, reported that 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.

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 Ducans’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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