Uncle Waffles facing jail time in Botswana. A whirlwind it has been for the sensational DJ Uncle Waffles and by the look of things her problems are only getting worst. The superstar may be facing jail time in Botswana after pulling a no-show.
Following the recent social media smackdown where the star was put under scrutiny. Uncle Waffles was scheduled to perform in Botswana the past weekend. According to Botswana’s resident controversial Daniel Kenosi, Uncle Waffles pulled a now show. Now the star is possibly facing jail time.
Swaziland Dj, Uncle Waffles will spend the night behind bars this weekend for obtaining by false pretences if she doesn’t pay back the promoters. The Swati star was scheduled to perform in Botswana on Saturday but didn’t show up with no explanation” wrote Daniel Kenosi
Uncle Waffles may have made matters worst when she went on social media and pulled a middle finger on her post while talking about Botswana. The Tswana’s are up in arms and they are gunning for the DJ’s head on a platter.
Who is Uncle Waffles
Uncle Waffles is one of the best DJs on the African continent. She is currently the best DJ in the country, and her dancing has taken the world by storm. Uncle Waffle, whose true name is Lungelihle Zwane, rose to stardom after her DJing skills garnered her over 4 million Twitter views, attracting the attention of worldwide admirers and celebrities such as Drake. She has subsequently performed all around the world, and the crowd is always in for a good time when she is behind the decks. We’re going to share Uncle Waffles’ biography on this site.
Uncle Waffles, a 22-year-old Amapiano DJ, is one of the most well-known figures on social media and in the music industry. This achievement has turned into a double-edged sword in the sense that she is now the target of not only criticism but also harmful baseless rumor.
The most recent rumor regarding Uncle Waffles claims that she is a transsexual woman. While there is nothing wrong with being a trans woman, when talking about Uncle Waffles, hurtful things are said about trans people in general, and as an ally of those who identify as queer, the DJ felt compelled to temporarily break her policy of not responding to what is said about her on the internet.