Dbn Nyts kicked out of its Jozi house

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Kwaito group Dbn Nyts have allegedly been booted out of their crib.

The award winning group is reported to have been sent packing out of its posh “White House” in Midrand, Jozi, for failing to pay rent.

Inside sources have revealed that the group had even moved to the dodgy suburb of Yeoville in downtown Jozi. The first sources claimed that the group had been battling to pay its R15 000 monthly rent.

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Alleged one mole: “It’s rough. They named the house White House, as it was expensive and beautiful.”

They used to invite chicks there.But Dbn Nyts member Samkele Maphumulo, who spoke on behalf of the group, said people always spread false rumours “about us”.

He confirmed they had moved out of Midrand, but denied claims of financial problems.

Said Samkele: “Who knows what the future holds for them since their second album didn’t live up to expectation?” the mole pondered.“They should have learned from other musicians because there are no guarantees in music.”“We moved to a better place. We’re not staying in Yeoville. We moved from Midrand, where we were paying R15 000 and there was no privacy.

“We’re now living in Yellowstone Estate, where we’re paying R18 000, and it has privacy.

“People like to talk bad about us. Maybe, they’re jealous because we were in England for the whole month. No kwaito artist at this time and age can be booked for the whole month abroad except us.”

“I wonder if the R2 500 Yeoville flat will also be called White House. Or if they’ll be able to pay off their rides because they bought big cars after the success of their debut album and forgot to save money.”

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The five-man band members are Lwazi Yokwana, Samkele Maphumulo, Wanda Shabalala, Kabelo Pekile and Cebo Ngcobo.

But a second source claimed three of the Dbn Nyts members were staying in Sandton with their girlfriends, while the other two were forced to bunk in Yeoville.

Kalawa Jazzmee boss, Oscar “DJ Oskido” Mdlongwa, said: “Whoever is going around spreading these rumours is talking nonsense. They moved into an even fancier place.”

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