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South African party rap crew Die Antwoord have taken to their official Facebook page to offer their side of reports alleging that duo Ninja and Yolandi Visser stole their style as well as design elements and lyrics from a group of troubled South African youths., Cape Town farmer, Andre Laubscher alleged that Watkin Tudor Jones a.k.a.Ninja, jacked Die Antwoord’s style from a group of street kids to whom he offered shelter on his farm, by plying them with drugs and alcohol.“Waddy Jones shattered the boys’ lives,” said Laubscher.But according to Laubscher, their friendship wasn’t so wholesome. “I’ve been to prison twice, and in prison you learn this language and there are these [tattoos]…he was obviously looking for this kind of image for himself.”In the report, members of The Glue Gang Boys allege that Die Antwoord would severely underpay them for their services as backup dancers for Die Antwoord’s live shows, as well as appearances on songs and in videos for them, with member Wanga Jack being particularly vocal.“First we were dancers for him.“Waddy Jones sucked the whole of Die Antwoord out of these boys here on this farm,” he said. And then I became a DJ…And then suddenly I wrote a song with them,” said Jack. "Ninja" has been renamed more often than the average street in Durban. Over the course of his career so far, "Ninja" has gone by many other names including The Man Who Never Came Back, MC Totally Rad, Yang Weapon, Max Normal, Constructus Corporation, Maxnormal. He is most commonly known in Cape Town as "Waddy", but frequently will not answer to this name. Signed to major label, Sony Music, their albums (1997) were hailed by critics as a mercurial "funkadelic jazzy hip-hop" spin on Cypress Hill's spliff-rap. Always the creative chameleon, Waddy's next conceptual makeover saw him fronting live hip-hop band Max Normal. Long before he hooked up with Yo-landi, he exploded into the Rainbow Nation’s consciousness in 1994 fronting wigga crew The Original Evergreens.Now Die Antwoord have shared their side of the story in a series of dispatches posted to their official Facebook page, in which they claim that Laubscher’s narrative is untrue and that his statement to the press are a result of the news that Die Antwoord are set to star in a Hollywood film.“K so here’z da scoop about Wanga kids,” they begin. Ninja met ¥o-landi a loooooong time ago on a strange little farm in Cape Town.Now on the farm lived a creepy old man with big beard and fat tummy called Andre.

Like we were just messing around it wasn’t anything serious…"Ninja also promises that the video for Hollywood in uproar over Michelle Williams-Mark Wahlberg pay gap Local comedian Loyiso Madinga joins Daily Show team This Kylie Jenner lookalike has the internet in a frenzy PIC: Kim Kardashian flaunts her abs in latest Insta ad This is the true story of Margot Robbie, Ellen De Generes, Barack Obama and a pair of pink gym shorts 5 of the best South African movies and series to stream 5 health shows to watch that are anything but boring! Aka Constructus, this super-underground crew brought Waddy as Watkin Tudor Jones together with the beat Sibot and Markus Worsmtorm. The current crew consists of Ninja, Yo-landi Vi$$er and DJ Hi-Tek (aka Max Normal. The tip: cosmic, not creepy, to "help kids - of all ages – find freedom of expression." Watch out for an edgy range of GOMMIE toys coming soon. Waddy doesn't drink alcohol, while Francois Van Coke of Fokofpolisiekar has been about 50% proof most of his adult life. Die Antwoord (is it wrong to call them DA for short?Sibot and Markus are all also former African Dope fiends, and underground alternative icons in their own right, partnering up in The Real Estate Agents and sculpting beats for Playdoe and Sweat X respectively. Constructus was a masterpiece of design and marketing, and The Ziggurat (2002), another mall-themed album, featured Waddy playing various characters, a book illustrated by Nikil Singh, and a bonus blank CD with instructions on where to download extra songs and audio, free of charge. Fans who missed Max Normal’s more accessible sound were excited when Maxnormal.tv, a reinvention of Max Normal as a corporate hip-hop crew, came to town. ) billing themselves as "a mysterious force from the dark, dangerous depths of Africa". To get into the zef-rap rave groove, Ninja and Yo-landi wrote a series of "How Can We Help" you columns for Speakerbox. Ninja also penned a series of experimental album reviews for Speakerbox. Styled as Cape Flats dwellers in the new South Africa, and performing from Mitchell’s Plein (see a video here) to Central Cape Town and blowing festivals away (see that too here), Die Antwoord quickly became huge on the trendy scene with songs like "Wat Pomp" (watch video). Always very hip to the use of multimedia, myth and legend, Die Antwoord have recently exploded on the international scene with the "Zef Side" video (instantly losing half their Cape Town fans, who don't like to share musical interests with the mainstream.) 24.Max gave musical multimedia presentations styled like motivational talks, with Powerpoint presentations projected above the stage. The line-up featured characters Max Normal (the boss), Yolandi Visser (a romance novel writer), as well as Brad Armitage (the playboy), Jakob Basson (the workhorse), and Justin De Nobrega (the angel) all of whom had different responsibilities and roles to play in Maxcorp, a conflicted but caring corporate entity sent from heaven to save the world… Having convinced celebrated photographer Roger Ballen to shoot their debut album cover, they continue to take a weird, scary approach to publicity. Many instant fans overseas people believed the video depicted their real lives.Actually, Yo-landi and Ninja are married and have a daughter, Sixteen, who is about to go to school. Die Antwoord's (absolutely amazing) Website now boasts that they’re “taking over the interweb”, and based on the minute by minute updates on Twitter, it seems this, at least, is true.

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