South Africa is on level one, each level has its own restrictions therefore the youth of Mzansi is out and about in the grooves enjoying themselves since this opportunity won't last longer because there are rumours that in December the country will move to level four. So the youth is using this opportunity to have fun.
A new DJ has been the talk of the talk since last night when she was on set Deejaying in club, Lungelihle Zwane, a 21-year-old Eswatini national left the turntables of a recent party in total disarray is the latest frenzy on social media. a fan shoot a video while this DJ was enjoying and entertaining the crowd, she was singing and dancing along to a Yano's song with lyrics that says "people are burning" everyone was on another level dancing with the DJ.
She posted the video on her page on Twitter and captioned it "People are burning" the video reached many and it went viral, it even reached other countries like the United States and it was seen by an American artist Drake, he went crazy when he saw the video and he posted the it on his status on Instagram and followed the hot DJ. Everyone loves the DJ and she's being followed by many and she's currently trending on Twitter.
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