It’s another split yet again. Distruction Boyz is a celebrater DJing Gqom duo that had its shot to fame in 2017 after they released their debut album Gqom Is The Future.
Three years later the duo would announce their first split as reported back in June 2020: After being quiet for some time, the Distruction Boyz have come out of the woodwork to announce their split!
The award-winning duo who had the nation on its feet with the hit song Omunye told Sunday Sun that they are both pursuing solo careers.
One half of the duo, Zipho “Goldmax” Mthembu spoke to Sunday Sun and said: “There is no bad blood between us, it’s just that we’re focusing on our solo careers.”
The other group member, Thobani “Que” Mgobhozi, confirmed this saying there are no terrible vibes about their split.
One source revealed that not all are as well as the two have made it out to be.
It is said that they realised that they were very different, they no longer shared the same vision for the future and the same style of music.
While the country was focused on the alleged split of the Amapiano duo, Amaroto, it seems that Distruction Boyz used the juror to slide in their separation announcement. This is as they took to their social media accounts to assert that:
“Members of the Gqom community, thank you for supporting us over the years! Let us take a break from being the Distruction Boyz duo you all love so we can concentrate on our solo careers for a bit.”
But the duo confirmed that before going their individual journeys musically, they are set to perform one last joint set at the first Cotton Fest since the passing of founder Riky Rick.