DJ Tira warns revelers to provide proof of COVID vaccination
In what has been seen as a controversial move, Durban’s renowned DJ, Tira set Twitter alight when he tweeted that revelers anticipating attending the annual Fact Durban Rocks concert, would need to provide proof of COVID vaccination to gain entry into the concert this year .
The #FactDurbanRocks concerts are understood to be among the most popular year end events that take place in in Durban. The annual event takes place during the festive season and sees revelers into the new year, it is broadcast on the South African Broadcasting Channel (SABC ) 1 for all to tune into the musical count down.
DJ Tira affectionately known as “Makoya Bearings” took to Twitter and made it clear that no attendee would be allowed to attend the famous concert without producing evidence of a vaccination card.
After receiving flack from twitter users with many saying they would not attend the event, DJ Tira deleted the infamous tweet.
In the midst of criticism, DJ Tira took to his Twitter timeline and posted a video of himself getting his #COVID vaccine.
In the video, DJ Tira can be seen wearing a N95 face mask, in view is a person believed to be a health worker giving him an injection.
“Go get vaccinated,” DJ Tira prompted his followers before signing out with his signature laugh.