- A video of a Mzansi woman on social media dancing to one of Black Coffee’s songs has grabbed the attention of the world
- Posted by the South African music maker Coffee himself, the woman is seen inspiring many of the party-goers at a party in Houston, United States
- Apart from being liked by those in the music or showbiz industry as well as partygoers, it has also attracted EFF leader Julius Malema’s attention after Black Coffee posted it
A South African dancer caused a stir as one of the country’s finest deejays, Black Coffee, in a party held in Houston, Texas.
On social media circles, particularly on Twitter, a user known as Enhle Hillary became the Mzansi groove ambassador when she turned up at Black Coffee's show at popular nightclub Clé on Sunday.
A video clip has since surfaced showing the dancer breaking it down to an Uncle Vinny hit that was shared by Black Coffee and depicted the sister at her best.
Wrote Black Coffee:
“Houston was insane, they were shaken but ubeyivibe uNono.”
With the video and the Mzansi dancer seemingly becoming a hit, it has also attracted the attention of EFF leader Julius Malema, who also hit the retweet button.
Briefly News reported that Black Coffee had decided to step back from the noise and spend some time with friends and family. The globally renowned music producer took to social media to share some photos with his children and close friend DJ Oskido.
The pics were from different occasions, but it was clear that it was all love in the posts by the music producer. Coffee has children with his estranged wife and some outside of his marriage and he loves them all the same.
"If we (Black South Africans) were scattered all over the world and had a huge population as the west Africans, no doubt our music and trends were gonna move the world rapidly. Anyhow one step at a time."
"I just wish I was amongst the crowd, those people had tons of fun. Omg did I hear a Yebo coming from the guy behind my girl or my ears didn’t this hear very well?"
"This was the most vibe ever, thank you Black Coffee Houston Texas was on vibe."
Coffee has been going through a difficult time as his divorce from Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa becomes more heated by the day. He is convinced that his wife wants to keep him away from their family after their divorce gets finalised.
This website ran a story that Black Coffee (real name Nathi Maphumulo) has decided to share his side of the story.
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