Hail the tenacity king

THE word ukufosta (being persistent) now officially belongs to king of kwaito Arthur Mafokate and Chomee and not Mzekezeke.

THE word ukufosta (being persistent) now officially belongs to king of kwaito Arthur Mafokate and Chomee and not Mzekezeke.

The Mafokates never give up, as we gals bumped into Chomee recording the video of the song Fly The Flag in Sandton at a place called the Gauteng Design Craft just opposite the Fifa head offices.

Didn't the whole of Mzansi read that the queen of dance won't be part of the World Cup's opening ceremony?

Anyway, we know that Arthur and football people work together in other events. Saw Chomee and Danny Jordaan the other day in Kimberley. Mmmhhhh.

Any South African who will see the video will be proud of the beautiful work the 999 team has delivered.

Big ups King Arthur. But who does not know you deliver good videos that some channel always refuse to play. Last week I saw the video debut on Live with cute kids part of the shoot. Hooray!

Arthur played daddy to Owami and other kids invited for the video shoot. Brian Mokoena came out to party with family.

Chomee's dancers were at their best as usual.

What impressed me the most was the flag choreographed item.

Nzari, a high five for a good choreography job.

Dudu, who gave us a scare with a heart attack, didn't slow down. Get some exercise sisi before you slow down.

With the diski dance taking the country by storm, moi knew Arthur had an ace up his sleeve.

The king of fosta introduces us to Mzansi dance, a dance incorporating diski dance, kwasa kwasa, ngwazi, vuma, twalatza and codesa - a dance move popular with adults who go to jazz festivals and those who fought for our independence.

Chomee says people should see that besides soccer, as a nation we are dance innovators.

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