TNS Will Donating to 50 Families in Poverty in his city

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TNS Will Donating to 50 Families in Poverty in his city

 

For those who have seen the video, the muso was arguing with the police officer who dragged him into the police vehicle. TNS is also looking to take the legal route as he claims to have been manhandled badly and also had his chain broken.
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His exact words, as quoted by Sunday World are: “ I had asked the officers why were they fiddling with our stuff, what did we do? I was not even drinking, and I was not driving. I’m not even afraid of prison, I’m from KwaMashu,” he shouted.

He also recorded the altercation which ensued whilst he was still in the police van. He apparently threw insults at the police saying they are victimizing him. He promised to sue them, “He manhandled me and broke my chain. I will sue them for this.”

He has since removed the video on his social media, and he only started posting others that promote his music. The muso, who has not had the best time in the music industry, is doing extremely well for himself. He is getting a booking, left right, and center.

In an act of kindness, TNS promised to donate to struggling families in Durban, in December. He will be targeting families who are headed by grannies who support the household with their grant and pension monies. “24 December I will be Donating to 50 Families with Poverty in my City, DURBAN through Grandparents that are feeding Orphans with their own Grant Money like I saw it happening to me with My Grandmother.”

A few months back, TNS admitted to being an abuser who abused his baby mama. He was willing to face the music and serve time in prison for abusing Nothando Mbatha, but she told the media they had ironed things out.

“I think for me to do right by my soul I have to come out about this and get help if I need it, because this is haunting me all the time. I don’t sleep at night, I smoke a lot, I can’t think straight and I’m no longer myself,” said the musician.

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The producer and chart topper said it was the first – hopefully the last – time he has beaten up a woman. Realising that he had broken the law, he felt heartbroken.

“What I did is completely wrong because this is a woman I want to build my future with. We are already a family. It’s a sensitive matter and it’s not easy to admit, but I would appreciate help,” said the musician. On social media he said, “I think for me to do right by my soul I have to come out about this and get help if I need it because this is haunting me all the time. I don’t sleep at night, I smoke a lot, I can’t think straight and I’m no longer myself.”

Despite their abusive relationship, he decided to gift the mother of his child as a token of appreciation.

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