Five ladies from Mpumalanga shot to fame in October after a video of them grooving to a new song called "John Vuli gate" gained popularity. The video, which showed them performing to the song, was shot in their hometown. The girls' popularity grew to the point that they were able to make money from their celebrity status through gigs and music video appearances.
Following the release of the video, the ladies chose to pursue a career in the entertainment sector, and they were actively getting booking performances. Kat Arianna, who has gained more fame as a result of her dance style when compared to other performers, has been criticized on social media in for wearing the same clothing as she did in the video and for doing so in public.
Since the start of the year 2021, The girls have been quite and we're nolonger seen in the public or getting bookings like they used to do. Some people trolled them on social media platforms that it was two minutes noodles fame. However, who knows they might come back with a banger since they diverted to Music industry.
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