The Temple Boys’ much-anticipated Areveerend Bash was held at Pigeon Hall in Ravensmead, Cape Town, on Friday. When the partygoers got out of hand, the Temple Boys had their hands full.
The TikTok sensation, who hail from Ravensmead and Uitsig and have taken Cape Town by storm, had social media buzzing over the weekend as violent videos spread.
There were also rumors that Chadley, also known as Mr. Werkhom, was savagely stabbed and rushed to the hospital.
Wesley Twigg, a police spokesman, stated that police were unaware of a stabbing at the Pigeon Hall on Friday night.
The Daily Voice spoke with Ronin “Mr Stifler” Johannes, who confirmed that he and other members of his group were injured, but stated that no one was stabbed or transported to the hospital.
According to him, a fight broke out in the audience, and then individuals began throwing liquor bottles at the group.
“We were injured and are still injured, but we continue to perform,” Johannes said.
A handful of bottles struck us and a few of our companions. That’s when the police arrived, but we’re fine.”
The singer expressed dissatisfaction with the outcome of their event.
“This was our first event, and we wanted it to be a huge success so that we could use the proceeds to give back to the community,” said Johannes.
Our intention was to distribute bread, soup, and food, but it appears that we are the bad guys.
There are online videos of partygoers recounting the events that transpired at a party. Some individuals were seen covered in blood and surrounded by police on explicit video.
Gerald Bruintjies, the owner of Pigeon Hall, stated, “An aluminium window is broken, the handle of the front door is broken, and the stove door and toilet door were af geruk” (ripped out). The Temple Boys have assured me that they will repair the door’s damage, so there is no need for concern.”
The group uploaded their latest song to YouTube over the weekend, titled “General Gham.”
New music was forthcoming, according to Johannes.