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V-Lifestyle Party brings Boity to Namibia

by Kelvin Chiringa

Top class events marketing corporate, V-Lifestyle Party will bring top flying South African actress and television house-hold property, Boitumelo “Boity” Thulo, to Namibia at what is expected to be one of the city’s craziest mid-year celebrity mansion parties.   

Speaking to Vibe shortly after the Rockville star confirmed in a video snippet that she would be making her first time ever trip to the land of the brave, events organiser Julia “Boss Lady” Kadikwa said the star-studded fiesta will be all about glitz and glam.

Although the venue is still a secret, Kadikwa said it will be held in one of Windhoek’s leafy surbabs and will be open to all while tickets will be rolled out at the soonest.

“Normally when celebrities come through, only the media is allowed to interact with them. You find out that die-hard fans are kept out and they would just want to capture the moment and say I have met with my role model.”

“That’s why I came up with this idea where I was like you know what, why can’t I come up with something where I invite the same people one by one to just come party. No bouncers, no media,” she says.

She adds that most revelers do not like showing up for the shows, but to brush shoulders with their row models and her idea is to do away with performance and get down and party.

The V-Lifestyle Party is all about fun and fantasy, bridging the gaps between countries, fans and their stars of choice.

“It’s all about luxury and at the end of the day we are saying come party like a star. We will be having these events at different mansions because at the end of the day when they come they sleep in hotels and they only see the venue.”

“As stars they should be able to say wow, Namibia actually has all these luxuries? Oh wow we never knew people can dress up like this. The fascination that comes through, they also get a chance to see the other side of the people we have,” she says.

The party is also anticipated to pull a horde of local top-trending diskie jockeys, artists, designers and stylists with the idea to mix mingle and cross-pollinate ideas and strike business deals.

The Potchefstroom born star is known for her role as Mpho Bogatsuon in Mzansi Magic's Rockville and presenting’s music show, Club 808.