- DJ Tira has called out to social media users to submit their applications to join his dance team
- The Afrotainment owner said that there are vacancies for two dancers in his team and he is willing to consider anyone who has what it takes
- Excited social media users took to the comments section of his post to let him know that they are keen
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DJ Tira has taken to social media to reveal that there is space for two new dancers at Afrotainment. The music mogul is looking for new talent and hopefuls are invited to submit their work for consideration.
Taking to his Instagram page, Tira posted a video of a few of his dancers performing. He captioned the video:
"There is a space for two dancers at Afrotainment. If you think you have the right energy and style, reach out to @ornicadasi for more details. Video by @smah_berry. Music from 21 Years of DJ Tira"
The musician and producer is behind the massive fame of exotic dancer Zodwa Wabantu. The dancer's claim to fame is dancing for the record label and at performances arranged by her boss DJ Tira.
Social media users seemed excited by the opportunity to join the famous Durban outfit. Instagram user blackvreka said:
"Okay ngyeza (I'm coming)."
"I'm not sure about the energy but I can drink Red Bull..."
Others tagged their friends and let them know about the amazing opportunity.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that times are tough for a lot of South Africans and DJ Tira thought of a great way to help out and make Easter Sunday extra special.
Briefly.co.za learned that he chose 10 random people and bought electricity for them. Twitter was flooded by people posting their meter numbers and hoping to be one of the lucky 10 to receive a special Easter gift from DJ Tira.
However, the Covid-19 lockdown really negatively affected many people and some people needed more than electricity. They urged the DJ to help as they were desperate for the basics such as food. DJ Tira selected the winners throughout the morning.
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