Zahara reportedly frustrated after not being able to get in contact with 'Idols SA' Qwabe twins


Cape Town - Musician Zahara is reportedly frustrated that she hasn’t been able to a get hold of the Qwabe twins, Viggy and Virginia after promising that she would help them should they not win Idols SA.

Her manager Oyama Dyosiba confirmed that the muso has been trying by all means to contact the twins, but no one is willing to help.

"Zahara wants to talk to them and see a way forward on how she can help them. She’s been in the industry for some time now and knows a thing or two that will help them navigate it. She wants to expand by helping them get their careers off the ground," he says.

READ MORE: Zahara promises to help 'Idols SA’s' Qwabe twins if they don’t win

Earlier this month, muso Zahara promised that she will do whatever it takes to help the twins with their music careers.

The Idols SA contestants left the show recently after Virginia was voted out and Viggy decided not to continue on with the competition.

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Another artist that was willing to help the twins with their career is DJ Tira. He told DRUM, “I don’t have an interest in signing them, but I want to help them on their journey in the music industry. I would like to contribute to their journey in the industry, whether we do a song or two together.”

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