‘Money changes everything’: story of the Qwabe twins

One would not believe the Qwabe twins’ hardship to riches story based on their popularity and wealth now. The celebrities got their start in the entertainment industry through the talent show Idols SA.

The Qwabe twins were among the most active and skilled candidates on Idols SA season 15 in 2019. Virginia was ousted from the top six of Idols SA, and Viggy also dropped out since she couldn’t continue without her twin. The Qwabe twins were found by DJ Tira after leaving Idols and earning a record deal with Afrotaiment Records.




After signing a record deal with Afrotaiment Records, they released their breakthrough song, Hamba, featuring Dj Tira. Their Hamba song went viral in Mzansi, becoming famous and prominent. Its true fortune would favor the bold if Virginia and Viggy did not have the confidence to go on Idols SA; they wouldn’t be renowned today.Born and bred in KwaZulu-Natal are identical twins, Virginia and Viggy Qwabe. The duo grew up under the guidance of their father, and not much is known about their mother. During Virginia and Viggy’s interview with True Love magazine, the twins never mentioned anything about their mother. Still, they talked about how their father, Lawrence Qwabe, had supported them since they were kids.

The Qwabe twins mastered the art of escaping poverty through financial independence and wealth creation. Since their television breakthrough on Idols SA, the Qwabe twins have learned the techniques of turning lemons and lemonade. The two have been dropping hit songs one after the other, and what’s fame without money to show off?
From the poor slum of Nonoti, KwaZulu-Natal, to becoming one of Mzansi’s youngest award-winning musicians Despite only being in the entertainment field for three years, the Qwabe twins have two awards to show for their incredible singing abilities. The twins are the pinnacle of dedication and will go to any length to achieve success.

The Qwabe twins have a net worth of R1.7 million as of 2023. The twins have media business interests and obtain the bag through sponsorship deals and on-air shows. Viggy and Virginia show a R 762 286 white BMW two-series. They bought their BMW in 2020 and have been seen driving it several times