From the humble beginnings of the idol auditions, to become one of the most country's most successful musicians.That's how one can describe the Qwabe Twins. Viggie and Virginia, like any other musician, started at the bottom and worked their way up to where they are now.
After failing to win the Idols South Africa competition, the musicians did not give up on their career as musicians. After Virginia left the competition, the twins joined DJ Tira's entertainment in 2019. Since then, Vijay and Virginia are currently doing well in the music industry in South Africa.
The Qwabe Twins are among celebrities who have been bullied in South Africa for their looks when they auditioned for idols in 2019. The twins were bullied for their looks and appearance, since they did not look in a way that society's standards preferred nowadays. Since they did not have the money to purchase products to enhance their beauty back then, they looked just like any other poor people in the country, and as a result, they were bullied on social media.
However, Virginia and Veggie did not allow negativity to stand in their way of success. They work tirelessly and have made a name for themselves currently. Their appearances have also drastically changed since they started getting gigs and money flowing into their bank accounts.
The two are now looking at their best. They look beautiful and dress well to a point that even the police are no longer talking about their looks. The star rocks luxurious brands at any time she wishes. Judging from how they looked back then to how they currently look, one can conclude that, indeed, they are not growing because they have no money. The Qwabe Twins look very beautiful in their recent photos.
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