L'vovo and Danger Reportedly Bitter After Being Sidelined at Durban July: “We Feel Left Out”

L'vovo and Danger Reportedly Bitter After Being Sidelined at Durban July: “We Feel Left Out”

  • L'vovo and Danger are reportedly disappointed that they were not booked during the Durban July weekend
  • The artists believe they were sidelined by promoters who gave preference to Amapiano stars
  • This after the success of the Durban July, which brought in revenue for many businesses, seemingly leaving the KZN stars feeling bitter and left out
L'vovo and Danger spoke out against the Durban July
L'vovo and Danger allegedly felt sidelined by the Durban July. Images: lvovosa, dangergevaar
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L'vovo and Danger are allegedly fuming after not getting any bookings over the Durban July weekend despite the event's success.

KwaZulu-Natal musicians call out Durban July

In the days following the famous Durban July weekend, peeps are still discussing the festivities and the fashion.

The event hosted people from around the country who gathered to celebrate local music and flaunt their wealth at the famous horse racing event.

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However, not everyone was in a cheery mood after it was revealed that artists from KwaZulu-Natal felt sidelined after not receiving bookings throughout the weekend.

According to ZiMoja, L'vovo and Big Nuz' "last man standing", Danger shared their grievances after Durban promoters took preference to Amapiano and Johannesburg artists over KZN musicians:

"How does such a big event not book its own people and help build the province's economy? This year was very disappointing, and we feel left out."

This after Derrango spoke out about being snubbed from performing at Zakes Bantwini's anniversary show in Durban.

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The KZN artists' complaints weren't the only tea dished out at the Durban July.

Briefly News reported on several gowns recreated by local dressmakers with inspiration from Nigerian designers, but they didn't sell.

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Mzansi was appalled at how the dresses came out, with many saying South African designers were an embarrassment while praising their Nigerian counterparts:

Makhadzi roasts her Durban July outfit

In an earlier report, Briefly News shared online reactions to Makhadzi's hilarious comments about her dress for the Durban July.

The Limpopo singer had fans in stitches when she admitted that her dress "was not make sure", and that she failed to convince herself that it looked good when it didn't.

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Moroba Moroeng (Entertainment editor) Moroba Moroeng is an entertainment writer at Briefly News and a University of Johannesburg alumni (Public Relations and Communications, 2018). She was the content manager and, later, editor for HipHop Africa, where she honed her proofreading, leadership, and content management skills. Having begun her career as a content writer for Slikour OnLife, Moroba has over four years of experience as a writer specialising in music journalism and entertainment. She joined Briefly News in 2023 and passed a set of training courses by the Google News Initiative. Email: moroba.moroeng@briefly.co.za