- Mr JazziQ is in hot water with some of his fans who believe he was rude to a lady who jumped on stage and danced next to him
- Some of the fans who slammed him believe the Amapiano producer and DJ should have handled the situation differently and at least smiled back at the young woman
- JazziQ looked at the dancer some type of way and continued to do what he was paid for which is playing music for the crowd
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Mr JazziQ has rubbed some of his fans up the wrong way for the way he behaved when one of his fans jumped on stage while he was DJing. The Amapiano producer and DJ looked at the fan some type of way and did not welcome her warmly on stage.
The star was playing some yanos behind the DJ booth when the young lady jumped on stage and started dancing next to him. JazziQ was so cold towards her and didn't even smile when she was busy dancing next to him.
Some fans have shared that Mr JazziQ should have at least smiled at her and carried on with his set. The unimpressed peeps have taken to Twitter to call the DJ out after the video of the incident surfaced online.
Check out some of their comments below:
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"This is self sabotage. How can you be so unkind to people who make your livelihood?"
"We know JazziQ would've acted differently if that girl looked anything like bo Thuli P, Mihlali etc..."
"JazziQ wa lona he’s so mean bathong, I mean that was so unnecessary."
"That JazziQ video... One thing I loved about Mpura was that he embraced literally everyone noma ngabe unjani, he never looked down on people."
Defending JazziQ, one peep @WhEmotion shared that the lady was disturbing the DJ while he was doing what he was hired for.
"JazziQ is not rude y’all expect celebrities to not be human and unfortunately they are. JazziQ is also doing his job and she is disturbing him. But that’s just my opinion."
Julius Malema defends Makhadzi for showing ANC support
In other music news, Briefly News reported that Julius Malema has taken to social media to defend Makhadzi. The singer has been slammed for wearing ANC colours in honour of an invite she received from the party's President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Makhadzi took to social media to explain why she rocked the ruling party's colours recently. The Economic Freedom Party's leader told the singer to stop trying to justify her decision to associate herself with the ANC ahead of the municipal elections on 1 November.
Taking to Twitter, Malema let the Matorokisi hitmaker know that she has a right to associate herself with the party of her choice.
Source: Briefly News