The Qwabe twins have kept on discovering popularity inside and outside the South African music industry following their stupendous excursion in season 15 ofIdols SA. Expertly known as Q twins, Virginia and Viggy Qwabe turned into an overnight sensation through their exhibitions on the unscripted TV drama and from that point forward, they have never eased back down or taken a break from lifting their young vocation to a more prominent tallness.
The sisters don't just share a striking likeness yet in addition have astonishing characters that have won them a monstrous online media following across a few stages. Who are the Qwabe twins and what have they been up to of late? We should discover.
The Qwabe Twins Were Born In KwaZulu-Natal
The Qwabe twins is a shocking band comprised of two delightful sisters with astounding voices. The Afro-pop pair was brought into the world in KwaZulu-Natal region, accurately in Nonoti, which is near Stanger. Their folks brought forth them in the year 1997, nonetheless, the specific month and date they were conceived are yet to be advertised.
Despite the fact that the sisters are expertly known as Qwabe Twins, their genuine names are Virginia Qwabe and Viggy Qwabe. They were brought up in their old neighborhood of KwaZulu-Natal, where their adoration for music started when they were still children. It isn't referred to if the sisters have kin as they haven't shared data about their family foundation or relatives with the general population.
The solitary known relative of theirs is their dad. The personality and whereabouts of their mom are as yet under the radar and it seems they are not in a rush to reveal her character or any data identifying with her life
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