Socialite and Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) president Julius Malema, is an an entire mood and he never ceases to amaze his followers.
A lit video of him rocking the turntables at Konka has gone viral on social media. Konka is known for its opulent night lifestyle and world class entertainment clubs. The club which is based in Soweto has been on everyone’s lips lately with its luxury clubbing experiece.
The establishment attracts many celebrities and well-heeled partygoers every time. Konka caught everyone’s attention after a partygoer allegedly spent an exorbitant amount on 16 bottles of Armand De Brignac Ace of Spades Brut. The bottle apparently costs R6 000 each.
Julius Malema recently took the club by storm, leaving many social media users green with envy. This follows a video of him having the time of his life on the decks whilst playing Kamo Mphela’s Nkulunkulu went viral.
As he deejays, Julius is cheered on by the crowd. The video has been trending on social media and he left many people mesmerized.
Juju on the decks adiwele😎🔥 K⭕️NKA SUNDAYS pic.twitter.com/gdShU2wJjR
— KONKA Soweto (@KonkaSoweto) November 14, 2021
Kamo Mphela reacted to the video and showed gratitude to the politician for playing her song.
It’s Him playing Nkulunkulu for me 🥺🙏🏾 https://t.co/UYqfar1P8O
— Kamogelo Mphela 🎭 (@Kamo_mphelaxx) November 14, 2021
Kamo has been taking over the Mzansi music scene with her incredible dace moves and catchy vocals. Her latest single Nkulunkulu has been topping the charts and it’s heart warming to see enjoying her shine.
In an interview with Mac G recently, Kamo said she wants to take advantage of her fame because it doesn’t last forever. “The fame doesn’t last that long so you have to make the most of it while you still have time. That’s what people don’t understand. It’s not a lifetime thing unless you are legendary.” She adds.
“Cassper is still the biggest artist but he still has to convince people that he is the best. I don’t want to go through that personally. There’s only so much you can do in your own country. Fill Up was the biggest so what’s next? It’s easy to get to the top but it’s hard to stay there.
Kamo recently bagged the ‘artist of the year’ award at the Amapiano Awards that took place in October. Taking to her Twitter account to celebrate this achievement she tweeted, “Artist of the year man , it’s truly God and hard work let the real journey begin truly grateful,” she wrote.