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Mzansi social media is at loggerheads following the emergence of what appears to be ‘proof’ that the four year-old prodigy is nothing but a cheat!

The toddler named after his father also a spinner has made both local and international headlines, when he became the youngest winner of SA’s Got Talent in 2015, where he scooped the grand prize of R500 K.


Arch Jnr, who now has a firm fan following, has won over the hearts over millions of South Africans, who have been left in awe by his natural passion for music.

But, not everyone believes in natural talent, with many skeptics accusing the toddler’s parents of foul play. Shortly after winning the talent show, Arch’s father came out to defend him against accusations of foul play, after critics accused the DJ of playing pre-recorded mixes.

These accusations again surfaced this week, after Arch was billed as the closing act at the Saftas over the weekend.

The DJ’s performance created widespread debate on social media with some users accusing him of playing a pre-recorded mix. The hate and questions over the four-year-old’s talent was met by angry users, who came to Arch’s defence.

There has been no comment about the reaction from Arch’s management yet.

There’s just no chill on Twitter. Not even for a four-year-old. Haaibo guys!

Despite all the ‘controversy’ DJ Arch had an incredible time and is grateful for the love and support.

His Fan Page had a post

Morning Family ?? So last night I was given the honour of being the main DJ and close off the show at the South African Film & Television Awards #SAFTAs10 ??????????????. Thank you once again #TeamDjArchJnr for the love and support you guys bring my way, it is through all of you guys that I am achieving such greatness at a young age #LoveYouAll ?? Have a lovely day. #TeamDjArchJnr #AlgoriddimDjay #BeatsByDre #DjayPro #Abashwe


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