Dashiki | Why Idols SA is a joke that needs to end

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Phumlani S Langa argues why Idols SA needs to end. Photo: Idols SA
Phumlani S Langa argues why Idols SA needs to end. Photo: Idols SA

DASHIKI DIALOGUES

Listen, don’t talk to me or call me trying to talk about Idols SA. This show has done one thing consistently – be absolute trash.

It purports to be the quintessential search for hidden talent, but does not fail to churn out artists nobody listens to after they unveil their first single.

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