It all started in the auditions stand of South Africa's idols, who have since become one of the country's best-selling artists.That's how one can describe the Qwabe twins. They have started from humble beginnings just like any ordinary person and have worked very hard to make a name in the music industry.
Virgi and Virginia worked really hard and did not allow the idols' elimination to stand in their way of success. The Hanna hitmakers are currently trending in music and their lives have completely changed.
Before they entered the idol competition, the tweets had nothing and looked like very bad things. They didn't have enough money to take care of themselves. Some people used to make fun of their looks back then, in the idols, but have kept quiet since seeing their huge transformation. The Qwabe twins have completely transformed from how they looked as adults to how they look now, due to changes in their pockets as a result of their musical success.
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