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Youths can’t get enough of Uncle Vinny at EFF leader Julius Malema’s rallies

Popular dancer Kabelo “Uncle Vinny” Ndlovu left students screaming for more of his dance moves after his performance during EFF leader Julius Malema’s rally.

Uncle Vinny danced in front of over 1 500 students from the University of Cape Town, University of Western Cape, and the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

After he left the stage ahead of Malema’s address, the crowd started chanting his name.

And after Malema addressed the students, Uncle Vinny returned to the stage.

The students danced and sang along with him.

“I think he is the best dancer of amapiano music in South Africa,” said Ongeziwe Magibisela (20).

“I always watch him dance on YouTube but it’s amazing to watch him live.

Lubabalo Ngubane (23) said: “If I had to vote for the best dancer in Mzansi, I’d give my vote to Vinny.

“The boy is slick.

“It’s like he doesn’t have bones.

“Spider-Man came to the scene and left but Vinny is here with us,” said Lubabalo.

He said another act called Uncle Waffles was trying to take Vinny’s crown but there was no contest.

“Vinny is without a doubt the best in the game.”

Malema’s rally was graced by artists and actors including Ntando Duma, Skeem Saam actor Eric Macheru, rapper Fifi Cooper, Malaika’s Matshediso Mholo as well as members of Alaska.

All the artists chanted EFF slogans and called on students to ensure that the Red Berets win all the voting stations at university campuses.


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