- Unathi Nkayi has smashed rumours that she is beefing with musician DJ Zinhle
- The Idols SA judge had to quickly discipline a follower who tried to create drama where there was none
- The follower accused Unathi of being moody on the Idols SA episode where DJ Zinhle was a judge
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
Idols SA judge, Unathi Nkayi, has shut down rumours of beefing with recent guest judge DJ Zinhle.
Unathi took to Instagram to share a video from last week’s episode of Idols SA. She posted a caption about the events behind the scenes.
The promo post said nothing about Zinhle as she was not longer a guest judge on the show. However, a social media user decided to make it about her anyway.
The follower noticed that Unathi’s mood was drastically different to when Zinhle appeared on the show, and said:
"You were not happy like this when you was working with dj Zinhle you were so moody. Why...?”
Unathi made sure to respond to the comment and said:
“Don’t lie my love. Don’t start things that are not there.”
READ ALSO: Zodwa Wabantu reveals her massive lockdown Level 2 booking fee
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Idols SA viewers fell in love with a Limpopo musician who auditioned for the popular singing competition. The man, who goes by the name Vhudi, was seen at the Johannesburg auditions of the show.
Vhudi sang his piece title My Yoki Yoki. The show's judges and Mzansi loved the performance.
Unathi, Somizi and guest judge Buhle were even singing along to the musician's song. He trended on social media as Mzansi gushed about his talent. What is even more interesting is that even though many did not even understand the lyrics of the song, his talent was enough to impress.
The rising star has revealed that he was trying to impress a girl when he wrote the number. Instead of impressing the girl, Vhudi impressed thousands of the show's viewers.
The young man from Limpopo has explained the true meaning of the song to SowetanLIVE.
"I was trying to impress someone when I wrote the song. I didn’t get the girl, but she was very excited about the song. Yes, My Yoki Yoki is shortened from 'My Yonkinto’. It just came up as I was writing the song."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!