TNS: I really don’t know what people want from me

TNS: I really don’t know what people want from me

TNS: I really don’t know what people want from me

Music producer and club DJ Nkazimulo TNS Ngema has rubbished claims he got into an altercation with security officials at a mall because he refused to wear a mask. the govt has made it compulsory for all people to wear masks publicly, with many stores and malls refusing access to those without a face covering.

A social media user recently “exposed” the producer after she spotted him at a mall “refusing” to wear his mask. during a tweet that went viral, the Twitter user said: “He was even insulting securities simply because they ask him nicely to wear a mask before going into the shop. We’re all wearing masks but yet he thought he was special lol. They chased him away.

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As the tweet went viral, TNS said the claims were false. chatting with Move! magazine, TNS said the user had mistaken him for somebody else. I actually don’t know what people want from me. Maybe she saw someone who seems like me. I don’t even attend the mall. My baby mama and that i have over five masks each reception. Why would i like to contract coronavirus? It doesn’t add up.

TNS baby a a few weeks ago, TNS faced public scrutiny after he has apologized for accusing people of using muthi on him. He made the muthi allegations during a now-deleted video on Instagram during which he alluded to people from Durban trying to ascertain the demise of his career.

“They attempt to do of these bad things so I should quit, in order that I hand over, in order that I become paralyzed, so that, within the end, I’ll be unable to form the type of music I made for South Africans,” he said in his blowout moment.

Approached for comment, TNS’ management told TshisaLIVE the star wanted to place the incident behind him. we might wish to put the interested bed and focus his energies more on positive things. we’ve no comment further in reference to the matter in question.

TNS: I really don’t know what people want from me

However, chatting with Daily Sun, the club DJ revealed he was wrong to falsely accuse people. He claimed he was browsing tons at the time. I’m okay now. My fans can stop worrying about me. i used to be just pouring my heart out. The ending of the video wasn’t my plan in the least. It just happened.

“I’m glad it happened because I needed to pour it all out. this is often not the primary time TNS has felt attacked by people. In January, the music producer was accused of not putting his priorities right by buying a replacement car rather than plastering his house in eMandeni, KwaZulu-Natal. A video, which went viral on social media, showed TNS being verbally attacked by a gaggle of men who accused him of shopping for a replacement car while his family home was allegedly “falling” apart.

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