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Sipho Masombuka's story about the recent performance of Kelly Khumalo, right, at the 26th commemoration of Amandebele WakaManala King Ingwenyama Silamba, at Komjekeje, near Pretoria, is unfair.
Firstly, if Kelly and her group were indeed invited by the king himself to perform at such an event, then the Ndebele king and his guests' embarrassment is completely unfounded, particularly if the points below are taken into consideration.
They should all have known about the kind of music and dancing that Kelly and her group are famous for.
The traditional leaders are not scared of nakedness: during the reed dance, innocent and poor girls are made to parade half naked in front of crowds and royals who want to choose them as wives.
Since much has been said about Kelly's erotic dance moves, why did not the king instead invite Miriam Makeba if he was scared to look at the opened legs and the flashing of the singer's private parts?
Induna Mohlala's comment that he "did not now where to look" does not wash.
I say "Well done, Kelly and company".
Thabo Mofokeng, Sebokeng