A viral clip of Bongani “Murdah Bongz/ Morda” Mohosana who was best known as one-half of the popular duo Black Motion, crying during his recent performance has left social media divided.
An Instagram publication The Hype Collector took to its timeline to share a now-viral video that saw Murday in tears during one of his recent sets. This is as the Black Motion classic Rainbow was being mixed by Murdah.
As such, when the video went viral it was assumed that he was missing his days as part of Black Motion. However, Murdah and his wife DJ ZInhle took to the post and first liked the post. Thereafter, Murdah took to his stories to share a cheeky response suggesting that it was “tears of joy and freedom” since leaving the group.
However, it seems that his fans did not believe this. More so as they took to his comment to request he tells the truth. Seemingly, the hope is that Murdah and Thabo might reconcile in the future and return to their original formation.
Currently, Murdah has been replaced by yet another prolific Afro-tech and tribal producer-DJ. As reported:
Problem Child is from Seshego who is said to have fallen in love with house music due to his older brother, who at 14 started his professional DJing career as a self-taught DJ playing at local outlets, parties and nightspots in Polokwane, hence his stage name.
In 2010, he released his first EP titled Mr Ten83 hence his Instagram profile. Problem Child and Thabo Smol have a longstanding friendship outside of their new partnership as seen through posts of them together before Problem Child’s confirmation as a Black Motion member.
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