The Qwabe twins speaks on why they’re still v!rgins

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indafrica September 23, 2022
Updated 2022/09/23 at 4:17 PM

The Qwabe twins, also known as Virginia and Viggy, garnered a lot of acclaim for attending the Reed Dance on Saturday, September 17, and they revealed the reason why they had kept their vrginity.

The Reed Dance, which is held at the Enyokeni Royal Palace in Nongoma, KwaZulu-Natal, attracts a large number of vrgins because it gives them the opportunity to enhance their self-confidence and encourages them to abstain from sxual activity.

The Qwabe twins speaks on why they’re still v!rgins

The Qwabe Twins, who were this year’s maidens at the ceremony, received appreciation for the fact that they have managed to keep their vrginity despite working in the entertainment industry.

They flaunted some truly exquisite traditional garb in the picture that they uploaded to their Instagram account. Viggy claims that at first, they only went to the Reed Dance for fun, but later, they realized how significant the event was.

The Qwabe twins speaks on why they’re still v!rgins

They had confessed that they began taking vrginity tests when they were just ten years old, which was shocking to hear. Because their older sister had a habit of doing it, it served as inspiration for them to do the same thing.

Because it was their own free will option, they had no problem agreeing to accept it.

They did it at first for the sake of entertainment, but as they grew older, they realized how seriously they should take it. They did not start going to the Reed Dance until they turned 16 years old.

Both reed dance and checking for vrginity are still practiced by them today as part of their culture. They recently confessed in an interview that they have admirers but that they are unable to pursue romantic relationships because of their work obligations. Despite this, they have made the decision to keep their innocence and chastity intact.

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