- The Qwabe twins shot to fame after they appeared on Idols SA and took Mzansi's breath away
- The pair were scooped up by DJ Tira who moulded them into the unstoppable duo they are today
- The talented twins recently debuted a new look that had South African fans with their jaws on the floor
The Qwabe twins hit the big time when they appeared on Idols SA a few years ago. They did enough to impress DJ Tira who scooped them up and made them stars.
Recently, the twins had Mzansi talking again and their physical appearance has glowed all the way up.
Although the twins have always been stunning, their recent makeover left Mzansi fans thoroughly impressed. Twitter user @shes_fair took to the platform to share a picture of the twins and their recent transformation. The reaction to the picture went viral on social media.
Check out some of the reactions:
“If they can be sure about their thing, they can be Dj Lamiez at the end of the year...”
“Money will wash you... clean.”
“If they were taller, they could be supermodels.”
“Damn, they are gorgeous women. They are sexy as well. Love their look.”
“Wow wow stunning gals.”
Meanwhile Briefly News reported DJ Tira is set to release another banger along with Mzansi’s favourite singing twins.
The music producer took to his personal Instagram page to share snippet of their recording session and it’s clear that the group have a banger on their hands.
The short clip of the track sounded amazing and Mzansi social media users flooded Tira’s comments section, begging him to release the track immediately.
"Yiyoh malume number one."
"You guys are doing an amazing job... Keep it up."
"This is a JAM though."
"You cooking fire."
Briefly News had previously reported that DJ Tira recently took to social media to share a video of two young white boys singing along to his track called Nguwe. The boys sang in fluent isiZulu and seemed to thoroughly enjoy the song.
He captioned the video:
"We Tira ubani lo mlungu?? Dankie @mehlemamba_ngidi inkosi yabelungu."
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