- Newly-discovered female DJ Uncle Waffles delivered the heat during a recent performance in Nigeria
- Using her verified Twitter account, Uncle Waffles shared a video of her set and the reception she was met by
- While deejaying, the young entertainer could be seen being showered with wads of cash by the seemingly impressed crowd
- Netizens had amusing reactions to the clip, with many dumbing down the west African country's currency
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Uncle Waffles seems to be taking over Africa, and a recent video courtesy of the lit performance she delivered in Nigeria is making the rounds on social media.
While it appears that some South Africans are over the Waffles effect, parts of Africa are fully embracing the local sensation who is quickly rising to become a hot continental export.
Thanks to her perky flow and rhythmic transitions behind the decks, the sultry entertainer dazzled a boisterous Nigerian crowd at a club in the country. Uncle Waffles shared a short clip of her punchy set on her verified Twitter account, giving her followers a glimpse into the excitement-filled outing.
The video, which was viewed more than 100 000 times, shows the female performer being showered with wads of cash amid her set. The money can be seen floating around her from different directions and onto the turntables.
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At one point, a patron appears on camera fixing to shower Uncle Waffles with money, which he does keenly much to the delight of the 21-year-old, who at that point breaks out into what can only be described as a money dance.
Locals on social media were, however, not impressed by the apparent generosity being shown by Nigerians. Instead, Saffas mocked the country's currency and argued at the length about the poultry takings it could have amounted to.
Saffas indifferent on flow of cash
Briefly News was here for it, going into the comments section to bring netizens all the interesting reactions to the post.
"Nigerians Are Disrespectful Yazi, Why Are They Showering You With R2??"
"Lol, people saying it’s 16 rands. I have been to your country and I never saw someone spray 1 rand."
"Too much money!! Congrats Uncle. If it is in naira, I'm sure it is like R5 this side."
Uncle Waffles blasted for playing pre-loaded mixes
There's no chill in Mzansi, and hype can quickly turn into boredom, or in the case of the new kid on the block, Uncle Waffles, criticism.
Briefly News previously reported that besides her proven enthusiasm for blazing Young Stunna's Adiwele at every set, the young entertainer is taking flack on the socials for other reasons, too.
The 21-year-old sensation has been dragged on Twitter for allegedly playing pre-loaded mixes, effectively dismissing the notion that she's a bonafide DJ. Although suspicions arose in the last few weeks, things came to a head on the microblogging platform after various users claimed to have made the observation.
Source: Briefly News