Tanzanian musician Naseeb Abdul Juma well known by his stage as ‘Diamond Platinumz’ was last weekend taken by surprise and could not believe the way Malawian ladies incredibly twerked their butts as he performed at one of Malawi’s largest music concerts Sand Music Festival (SMF).
Diamond was the main headliner of the event which took place from 28th-30th October 2016 alongside Jamaican born reggae artist Sheldon Campbell well known as ‘Turbulence’.
Although his perfomance was delayed and out of schedule due to rains that also affected the stage and sound system before the ‘Number One’ hit maker jumped on stage, he seem to have fully enjoyed every bit of the show especially on the dancing part prasing sexual hip thrusting talent of Malawian women.
After his perfomance and while taking his time to relax, Diamond who displated a spirited perfomance and gave out his best to the satisfaction of Malawians, could not resist but to express his feelings over what he saw while on stage.
“Damn! When I was playing ‘Nasemanawe’ today, I noticed that Malawian females are the best on twerking…..which country do you think is the best in the world in twerking?” wrote the artist on the social while wondering whether their is any other country whose ladies can
beat Malawian queens in the butt-shaking good time.
The multi-award winnining musician also took his time to salute Malawians who attended the festival for their love toward his music and for their eagerness and tirelessly waiting to see him perform at the SMF concert.
“Despite the fact that it rained and spoiled the whole stage and sound system, but you guys decided to wait for me from the night till morning ……till they fixed the stage and starting perfomance at 6am, trust me Malawi, that made me love you more than you think. I love you so much…thank you so much for your love and support that I cant even afford to buy” he said.
Like any other event, the festival has received mixed reactions from the general public.
Others thought it was a flop while the majority have hailed Impact Events who are the organizers for a job well done.
A fun seeker Charles Banda who travelled all the way from Mangochi said the festival was good although it was affected by the rains but with the grace of God all went well.
In his remarks, Impakt Events Director Lucius Banda described the 2016 event as a success despite experiencing some hitches topping the list being power black-outs but was quick to apologise to all Malawians.
“People as well as the artists were very kind enough to understand the situation. We once again just want to thank the people for coming in large numbers than last year,” said Banda.
He also took time to thank the corporate world particularly National Bank of Malawi (NBM) and Telecom Networks Malawi (TNM) who were this year’s joint offiicial sponsors for their support.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :