Kalux who performed in Kamanyab on Friday surprisingly got the President Hage Geingob and his ministers dancing to his ‘Roro’ song following a set sequence of steps and everyone seemed to be having a good time.
A few musicians have also reposed the video congratulating the superstar saying it was indeed a performance.
King Tee Dee posted the video on his Instagram page saying “I am proud of you, don’t listen to negativity, focus and work until they say you should retire. Put pressure on yourself to do well and choose the right people around you. Make sure you drink water for your own sake! You feel me.”
Through his shady comment, one wonder who King Tee might be referring to, perhaps to the Kwaito artist Exit for the comment he made recently advising Gazza and King Tee Dee to retire from the music industry and supposedly give a chance to other musicians.
Although it’s sort of a milestone to any artist to have the president recognize their talent and art, another Personality and Forex Trader Michael Amushelelo wasn't impressed and posted the video with a different opinion.
He uploaded the video on his Instagram with a caption that said the video shows how the president has danced the economy into the ground.
"This is exactly how you danced our economy into the ground," he wrote.
A few people shot down his comment saying that the president is human too and is allowed to have fun when he is able to.
‘I speak Oshiwambo and this is a tribalism caption. Our president was simply enjoying himself. What is wrong with this? You are just jealous. We must be grateful we wake up each morning There is so much in life to celebrate,” the comments read.