South African Djs TxC Arrested In Zimbabwe | Video

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Keith T Mambo
Keith T Mambo
Keith T. Mambo is currently a reporter for ZiMetro News . He focuses on identity politics for The Southern Eye. He was previously a fellow at the UCT University of Cape Town for Political Science.

South African Djs TxC Arrested In Zimbabwe | Video

TxC, the internationally recognized South African Amapiano duo Tarryn Reid and Clairise Hefke, were detained in Zimbabwe Friday night.

Tarryn and Clairise, who had traveled to Zimbabwe to play at the Yoyo Festival at Alex Sports Club, were detained for breach of contract.

Tarryn and Clairise were paid R560 000 to play in Kariba in October but did not show up.

Tarryn and Clairise are claimed to have snuck out of Zimbabwe about 2 a.m. and returned to South Africa without performing despite having been paid in full. Their lodging was also said to be completely paid for.

The incident is apparently being handled by the Zimbabwe Republic Police in Highlands.

Take a look at the footage of Tarryn and Clairise in police custody.

Meanwhile, this is not the first time South African artists have breached their contracts in Zimbabwe. Earlier this year, South African entertainers DJ Maphorisa, Kabza De Small and Shasha drew the ire of Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls Carnival organisers after all three failed to attend the event.

ShaSha, Kabza De Small and Dj Maphorisa left their fans disappointed after they pulled a no-show at this year’s edition of the Victoria Falls Carnival.

DJ Maphorisa, Kabza De Small and Sha Sha were supposed to kick off their carnival performances with a one-hour long act but failed to turn up despite being paid in full.

This prompted the organisers of the show to sue them for half a million rand.

The carnival organisers accused the three South Africans of failing to honour their contract despite being paid in full.

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