- DJ Tira is known for keeping Mzansi floors full with his banging tracks
- The star took to social media on Monday to let lazy people know that he'll not allow them to dim his shine as he celebrates 21 years in the music industry
The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker accused trolls of always waiting for hard workers to fail so they can drag them
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DJ Tira is celebrating 21 years in the cut-throat music industry this year. Malume is taking no prisoners on social media as he celebrates his milestone. The star has made it clear that he doesn't like "lazy people" who "have big mouths" on social media platforms.
The Thank You Mr DJ hitmaker told trolls where to get off. He took to Twitter on Monday to address his haters.
He accused lazy people of always waiting for hard workers to fail so they can drag them.
"Lazy people have big mouths. Always waiting for us (who're) working hard to fail. Ninyile ke!!! Good morning hard worker, it's a Monday. let's goooooo."
When a tweep, @Alex_Lwandle, told Tira that he is also lazy, Tira clapped back hard. The troll suggested that Makoya Bearings only adds his signature saying "chikichikichaaaa" on other artists' songs.
"I created Chikichikichaaaa while you're sitting on your ass, where is yours?" Tira asked.
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Briefly.co.za reported that Tira is set to release a female-led EP to celebrate 21 years in the Mzansi music industry. The project, titled 21 Years of DJ Tira, features musicians such as Idols SA runner-up Sneziey, songstress Berita, Mampintsha and many others.
On Friday, Makoya Bearings dropped the lead single to the EP titled Uyandazi. It features songstress Berita.
In other music news, Nasty C recently performed his track titled , on hit US show, Late Night with Seth Meyers. The song, which touches on discrimination and police brutality, has been well-received in the States. When Seth introduced the song on the show, he described it as a "powerful" song.
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