The Qwabe twins, Viggy and Virginia, are proud virgins! And they were part of the reed dance at Enyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma, KZN on Saturday, 17 September.
According to News 365, the Qwabe twins are virgins. The 25-year-old sisters later shared photos of themselves dancing and celebrating with other maidens.
A lot of people commended them for preserving their v1rginity and staying pure despite pressures of the entertainment industry.
“We were only 10 years old when we started attending virginity testing. Our older sister used to do it and we were inspired to join her. It was a voluntary decision and we are happy we took it.
Initially, we were doing it for fun. But as we grew older, we realized its importance,” said Viggy.
“We started attending the reed dance at the age of 16. Now both virginity testing and the reed dance have become part of our lifestyle.”
But their schedule has constrained them from attending.
“Over the past few years we were not able to attend it due to our busy schedule, but we attended virginity testing on a regular basis,” said Viggy.
They further revealed that they’ve never had boyfriends because they were committed to their music career.
“When we pursued music as our career of choice, we already knew of its pressures, risks, and peer pressures. Fortunately, we were already matured and knew what we want,” said Virginia.
“The reality is that we do get suitors, but we have decided to stay pure and preserve our virginity.
Also, we’ve never had boyfriends because we don’t have time.
“For now we are concentrating on our music. Furthermore, we want to stay pure until the right men step forward. Otherwise we don’t mind being virgins until we get older or get married.”
She encouraged other young women to preserve their virginity.
“Being in the spotlight is never easy, and it’s easy to fall into a trap. But I want to encourage young girls that you can be a celebrity and still be a virgin.
“We are happy to take this route because it protected us,” she added.