Q Twinz are in the news for the right reasons, ever since they made their debut appearance on the past season of reality show, Idols SA. And because of this, they’ve become fan favourites.
A trip down memory lane on the show reveals how each week the Qwabe Twins won more fans over with their singing abilities and versatility.
Fans were certain they were going to clinch the golden prize by emerging victorious at the end of the competition.
But things went south when Virginia was eliminated from the show in November. Few hours later, just after Virginia was kicked off the show, Viggy announced that she had decided to withdraw from the competition as well.
Speculations abounded shortly after Viggy’s announcement, stating that the duo may have been bullied out of the show.Q Twinz – Hamba ft. DJ Tira
But HOD of PR and publicity of M-Net’s local entertainment channels, Philly Kubheka dismissed the speculation, stating that it was Viggy’s decision to do so, which was largely supported by her family and the channel.
A few weeks on, there was also news that the twins declined an invite to be at the competition’s finale. But Laurence Qwabe, their father and spokesperson, alleged that it was a decision taken by the family and fans, and not the twins.
Despite the drama surrounding their exit from the idols, there’s no telling that the twins have a glittering future ahead of them.
In November, it was confirmed to TshisaLIVE that the twins had bagged a record deal with DJ Tira’s Afrotainment and have seen gone on to release the blockbuster record titled “Hamba.”
Without a doubt, 2020 holds even more promise for the uber-talented duo with the golden vocals and superb delivery abilities.