This past October, a video of five Mpumalanga women swaying to a new song called "John Vuli Gate" went viral, catapulting them to national attention. The video, which featured them dancing to the track, was filmed in their hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. With time, the ladies' popularity grew to the point that they were able to earn a living from their fame by performing at concerts and appearing in music videos.
Following the publication of the film, the ladies decided to pursue a career in the entertainment industry, and they began receiving bookings for concerts almost immediately after. While other artists have acquired more recognition as a consequence of their dance styles, Kat Arianna has been chastised on social media for wearing the same outfit as she did in the video and doing so in public.
Since the beginning of the year 2021, the ladies have been quiet, and we are no longer seen in public or receiving bookings in the manner in which we used to. Some others mocked them on social media channels, claiming that they were famous for only two minutes. However, since they have diverted their attention to the music industry, who knows, they may bounce back with a bang.
The ladies have disappeared. Maybe they are busy cooking bangers that they could surprise us with this coming December since they are now musicians. In my humble opinion, I think they shouldn't give up on their career. They must bounce back and work very hard in the entertainment industry. They have already made a name for themselves, which will be easier for them if they are consistent in their careers.
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