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Bonez, are you pregnant?

Mon, 9 June 2014 01:31
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Since the death of Streetkidz as a kwaito group, member Bonez has been pushing a bulging tummy as though he has a date in the maternity ward of Katutura Hospital.
Could it be that life is good minus Dicksampama and Chakalaka? Maybe yes, because your tummy just went wild soon as Streetkidz ceased being a group.
While Bonez is trying to launch his solo career, his former members appear  to be heading down south. Chakalaka is now known as a regular bar patron who mugs drunken men in the darkness of Katutura and take off with their cell phones.  Last I heard of Dicksampama was that he was nursing a broken heart after being dumped by his girlfriend because he was no longer an artist.
Being fired let go by Izinyoka Entertainment has proven  to be an opportunity for Bonez to launch his solo career. His single as solo artist ‘Oh yes’, took the airwaves by storm last year. Bonez specialises in Kwaito, Dancehall and contemporary Lang-Arm, an indigenous genre of music popular among the OshiNama speaking tribe in Namibia. Bonez has since performing around the country as a solo artist while working on his debut solo album, all this looking like a pregnant groupie.