Black Coffee is not in the country at the moment but young Black Coffee represented him well"/>
DJ Black Coffee is such a cool game that he's responded with uplifting tones towards a "youthful adaptation of himself" who caught his eye after a video of youthful schoolchildren emulating the famous Soweto spot Konka circulated around the web.
In the viral video cut the kids are shaking paper nails, fashioner packs, the most recent contraptions and all the way of life shandis at a nonexistent club named Konka. The activity they are emulating are things that have come to be connected with the well known Soweto club that has been the discussion of town since it opened.
In the "club" a youthful Black Coffee was turning the decks, and he had a striking likeness to the DJ.
Taking to Twitter, the universally acclaimed DJ shared the video and cooperated, imagining he was to be sure sticking at Konka.
"Tjooooooo Izolo e @KonkaSoweto nehubbly nebubbly nabantwana," he kidded.
The greater part of the remarks respected youthful Black Coffee, and one tweep trusted Black Coffee acknowledged the amount he was cherished by the young in Mzansi.
"I think Grootman @RealBlackCoffee, this is the point at which you understood that you make a difference to the adolescent. You're a brand name. I love that child, man."
Black Coffee was by all account not the only one who thought the children shook addressing Konka flows. DJ Fresh and entertainer and chief Meshack Mavuso applauded the kids' execution and ability.
"Attempting to choose if it's the VIP labels, the nails, the lashes, the Gucci purses, the security buddy, promotion young ladies, jugs of Dom, the hubbly or @realblackcoffee on the decks that do it for me," composed DJ Fresh.
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