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Lady Du claps back at dying critics

A “fan” of DJ Lady Du recently fetched a clap back when he tried to suggest the Umsebenzi Wethu hitmaker should stick to singing and leave DJing alone because she’s “not that good”.Lady Du

Lady Du didn’t waste time when she put the person in his place by telling him that not only does she come from a family of music, she starting learning how to DJ while she was still in primary school and therefore wasn’t going to allow a random person to tell her she’s not “good”.

The guy, who said he was a fan of Lady Du’s voice, commented on a video clip she posted on her Instagram showing off her DJ skills.Lady Du

“Haa my friend andivumi tuu apho kwi desk (I don’t approve of your skills on the desk) but as an artist you are wow! So hlala kwi (focus on the) mic my dear because you are a Queen there and no-one come close to you,” she said.

But Lady Du wasn’t having it and she hit back with: “I’ve been playing since I was 10. I play better than I sing. That’s not for you to even comment on. I’m a skilled DJ.

“Lapho (there) I don’t even need opinions.”

The comedian was hoping that the EP gets well-received by music fans.

“I can’t wait to witness people dancing and laughing to my music.”

DJ Khathu added that he had achieved a lot since he ventured into the entertainment industry.

“I was nominated at the FAME Awards under Best Entertainer and Best Comedian in 2016. This after my videos were liked by many people on social media, leading to me being recognised as one of the biggest bloggers in Mzansi. I also landed a deal with MTN and Vodacom as the first comedian to have voice-only caller tunes in Mzansi,” said DJ Khathu.

In other news – #RIPMom: Condolences pour in to Uzalo actress Gugu Gumede

Uzalo actress Gugu Gumede has reportedly taken a break from the telenovela after her mother, National Freedom Party (NFP) leader Zanele KaMagwaza-Msibi, died on Monday.

Gugu Gumede

KaMagwaza-Msibi died of cardiac arrest linked to Covid-19 after being admitted to Umhlanga Hospital in Durban two weeks ago. She had suffered a major stroke in 2014, that placed her in a coma for a few days and affected her speech. Learn more

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