They dismissed the twin abuse of the system VIGGY and Virginia Qwabe are no longer in the Idols SA music competition

They dismissed the twin abuse of the system VIGGY and Virginia Qwabe are no longer in the Idols SA music competition


IDOLS SA has publicly dismissed allegations of abuse of twins Viggy and Virginia Qwabe who are no longer in the competition.
In a statement released by Idols SA on its Twitter page, it emerged that Viggy had come out of the competition in her favor and not because of their relationship with Virginia.

“Qwabe’s twins have confirmed that they have not been abused. The channel does not condone the aggression of the contestants. Viggy left the race at will and her decision was supported by her family and the station,” the statement said.

“We are aware of the false accounts we have reported to our Anti Piracy team and there is NO harassment or fighting that has ever happened between the contestants,” the statement said.

Viggy withdrew from the competition on Sunday after her twin brother Virginia won out for not getting enough votes to advance to the next round. Viggy’s exit has left their fans divided over opinions, some enjoying their exit and others complaining about their money voting for them. Other viewers of the program have accused Somizi Mhlongo of one of the judges and Sneziey Msomi of one of the contestants for taking part in the exit of Viggy and Virginia.


Other top performers in the Top 5 contests of the competition are Sneziey Msomi, Micayla Oelefse, Nolo Sejiri and Luyolo Be.