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TNS survives a hit

In what could be presumed as a hit, South African musician TNS is counting his blessings after his car was struck by a bullet. Real name, Nkazimulo Ngema, known for hits such as Club Controller and Banomoya, took to social media to share his life-threatening experience on New Year’s Eve.

Just minutes before the 2023 New Year crossover, TNS was travelling home when the incident occurred.
I thought I was hit by a stone yesterday driving home, only to find it was a bullet this morning. This God I pray is too big, we thank God for 2023 [although we live in fear]”, the post by TNS read. As we crossed over to the New Year, TNS thanked his fans for their love and support. He also pleaded with his fans to continue supporting his music and shows in 2023.

TNS survives a hit

He further cautioned motorists, especially artists to be safe in the new year and avoid driving under the influence of alcohol.

“Find an alternative driver to transport you around if you happen to consume alcohol,” he said in a post.
In a related incident, two men were taken to hospital in a moderate condition following a shooting incident at Kings Park Rugby Stadium last night in Durban. At this point in time we can confirm that two men have been shot and are in a serious condition.


In other news – Heavy K sets the Record Straight

Heavy K claims he has suffered the same fate as Kabza De Small encountered on Mac G’s Podcast and Chill.

Heavy K

A few days ago, the Amapiano star was compared against other Amapinao musicians like Major League DJz and Kelvin Momo. It was said that the DJz can talk about the genre but Kabza can’t. Learn more

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