Fans Want The Old Kwesta To Make A Comeback!

"Seems like marriage is killing the production of hits"

By  | May 24, 2022, 09:34 AM  | Kwesta  | Drama

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Marriage life is treating Kwesta very well. He and his wife Yolanda Vilakazi celebrated their third wedding anniversary just a few months ago. But his fans have a lot of negative things to say But, don't they always?

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Freedom of speech has allowed trolls to just say what they feel regardless of how the other person might take it. The latest victim of trolls' vicious attacks is Kwesta and his beautiful wife Yolanda.

The two lead a somewhat private life which consists of their two children. The couple has been together for about 12 years and their two daughters are Khai Asemahle Vilakazi and Kenya Elihle Vilakazi.

He still does music but trolls feel he does not deliver the way he used to. Some of the mean comments come from people who said his marriage "destroyed" his music career, as he now supposedly creates music that is not radio worthy.

One Twitter user said, “Kwesta slowed down after marriage, seems like marriage is killing the production of hits and radio worthy material.”

Another said, “I repeat, marriage & relationships don’t mix with the music, once they get into one they fizzle out.”

Others agreed and shared the same sentiments saying marriages and careers do not mix.

Another couple that got dragged was DJ Zinhle and her bae Murdah Bongz. People expressed their disapproval after Murdah was rumoured to have left Black Motion and rebranded. People thought Zinhle was behind this and so he then became her "handbag."

However, Zinhle clapped back the best way she knew and shut all the haters up. "Next thing y’all are gonna blame me for the increase in petrol prices…Minding my business, my business is  @erabydjzinhle & these new necklaces & earrings we just launched. Nami athi ngibhale #zinhle Weeee."

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On their 11th year anniversary, Kwesta and Yolanda did acknowledge that people view them as couple goals, but said they are not, they are just an ordinary couple. 

"We are not goals. Like everyone, we take small strides each day to try and reach those  together. There has been joy, pain, love, gratitude, disappointment, love, gains, losses, love. Katlehong, Maldives, love, kisses, voetseks, love, strength, fear, love, good hair days and that thing on my head ... And then love once again ... Then we try grow that, grow us," he said at the time.

When Yolanda announced baby number two, she expressed her gratitude for being entrusted with the task of raising these girls, "As we celebrate a decade of love and being together, God chose us and trusted us with another beautiful blessing that is half of me and half of my love. We are so excited and thankful for this miracle," Yolanda said.

In an interview with Drum, Kwesta said they are best of friends, “Before anything, we’re best friends. I don’t think this life and parenting thing would come so naturally had it not been for our friendship and love,” he told the publication.

Yolanda made it clear that they do their own thing and do not conform with other people's standards, “We don’t really live by anyone’s standards but ours. As long as we’re happy and our daughter is happy.”

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