Julius Malema has a hidden talent that makes people jump uncontrollably on the dance floor.
Malema is the King of DJ turntables, he spins and dances to the turntables nobody can touch him when he does his thing. He went all out to show many how it is done and moved behind decks at Winnie Mandela Park in Tembisa during the Siyabonga Rally last weekend. Juju played amapionno tunes like no other in the presence of his supporters. The party was all about thanking his supporters for their unwavering supporter during the local government elections.
Malema revealed in his turntables tunes that he is a great deep house DJ, apart from being a DJ he also showed his fan that he is a good dancer. When we remove him from politics and make him Juju on his own, could this mean that he is the coolest DJ on the floor? Yes or maybe no. Looking at former president Jacob Zuma when he decided to hold the mic and sings Yinde lendlela esiyihambayo, his most loved song that makes everyone president dance and sings along, translated at This road we are traveling is so long.
Now all about the boys and how about the babe in blue? Helen Zille was spotted with Lindiwe Mazibuko and Mmusi Maimane before their fateful split, to these, it was a good thing they choose politics rather than dance instruction. Looking at the past they could have matched the singing of Msholozi but now a new King of turntables may be passed on to the EFF leader Juju. The EFF ended the show with a man dubbed Mbuyiseni Ndlozi who has an angelic voice a darling to many when he takes to the stage Ndlozi got his nickname from social media when he is watched by many singing and dancing. He has no problem with being called BAE which means babe, a name given to him by his women fans.
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