South Africa Idols Qwabe Twins Responds To Rumours That They Are Dating Each Other

South Africa Idols Qwabe Twins Responds To Rumours That They Are Dating Each Other

Recently, former Idols South Africa contestants, Viggy and Virginia Qwabe made headlines after the twins were rumoured to be in a romantic relationship with each other.

The rumours were sparked by a video of them kissing each other in their hit song ‘Hamba’.

The twins who exited the singing competition and went on to make a hit song ‘Hamba’ with DJ Tira have rubbished claims that they have sexual chemistry and that they’re dating each other.

The twins stated:

” We have always been like this. We spend a lot of time together as sisters. We are not in a relationship with each other or anyone else and we are not planning to start our own families anytime soon”.

Rumours of the sister’s sexual chemistry and dating started on SA idols when fans noticed that they hug and kiss each other way more than normal/usual sisters would.  They usually showed affection towards each other on stage when they made it through to the next round.

Some of their fans have also defended claims that the sisters are dating by saying:

” This is normal behavior by girls. Girls hug and kiss all the time. Even girlfriends do it and other relatives; mother and daughters or aunts”.

In the video of their song ‘Hamba’ the twins are seen standing next to each other, facing the camera while the other kisses the other’s cheek. They then face each other; holding hands, share a deep passionate kiss, and smile.

In May of this year, the idols Qwabe twins bought their first cars; BMW 5 Series which they showed fans on their Instagram pages.  Their boss; DJ Tira congratulated them on Instagram:” Congrats @official.qwabetwins.”

Although the sisters didn’t make it all the way to the finals, they’ve become popular and have become successful since exiting the competition and joining DJ Tira’s music label.

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