DJ Maphorisa’s all about blowing whistles while you grooving

DJ Maphorisa’s all about blowing whistles while you grooving

- Blowing a whistle whilst getting your groove on has become the new in-thing

- A clip of a lady dancing to amapiano and blowing a whistle has gone viral, and DJ Maphorisa thinks it's mad cool

- There really is no better way to dancing to amapiano than with a whistle in your mouth

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There is a new social media sensation and DJ Maphorisa is really taken with this unknown woman who has brought a whistleblowing vibe to the dance floors. learnt that dancing to amapiano, miss unknown was caught on video blowing her whistle while showing off her incredible dance moves. The video has since gone viral and fans are calling it the mood for 2020.

Mzansi has praised the homegirl indicating they are so impressed with what they saw. Maphorisa has also given his thumbs up by commenting that she is his crush.

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Showing just how impressed Maphorisa is with his new crush, he asked his multitude of followers if they feel it would be a great idea to invite this mystery lady up on stage at the Scorpion Kings Live concert. The concert takes place in April, so we don’t have to wait too long to witness the excitement.

The reply Maphorisa received was one of approval as fans agree that she will certainly add to the vibe.

In other news, there were some people that did not take too well with the manner in which DJ Maphorisa capitalised on the Twitter #Nokuthula trend. Maphorisa has however given an explanation as to how the music will assist Nakuthula’s family.

The remix of Maphorisa’s hit single, Phoyisa, was derived from the humour found in a woman’s pain that went viral.

After posting the song on Twitter, Maphorisa challenged Mzansi agreeing to match every retweet of the song with one rand. He would then donate the money to the destitute family.

A number of people welcomed the idea, but others were of the opinion that it was insensitive to use the pain of another to gain retweets.

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