Chris Brown agrees to meet Patricia Sitya Loss and Ghetto kids colleagues
American superstar, Chris Brown has given a Ugandan dance group, The Ghetto Kids, a chance to meet him.
This was revealed by Patricia Nabakooza a.k.a Patricia Sitya Loss, one of the members of the group and renowned famous kid.
Patricia confirmed that preparations are ongoing and they can’t wait to talk to Chris Brown.
“We posted a video on our Instagram and asked to meet him. He then responded by saying he was open to the idea. He told us to make it happen,” she revealed in an interview.
“I can’t tell you much, but just know we are talking now and planning something,” she concluded. If all goes according to the plan, this will not be the first time the two parties will be working together. In 2019, the multi-award winning American RnB star requested to use one of the Kids’ short dance clips in his Back To Love music video, which they agreed to. The Back To Love video has since garnered over 34 Million views on YouTube.
The kids have over the years earned recognition from several international stars including French Montana, and South African superstar, Master KG. In fact, they also featured in the music video for French Montana’s smash hit Unforgettable, which has 1.3 Billion views on YouTube.
In 2017, Patricia Sitya Loss together with The Ghetto Kids made history as they became the first Ugandan entertainers to perform at the prestigious Black Entertainment Television Awards (BET Awards). The talented dancing group put up an electric performance at the Award ceremony, held at the 7,100 capacity Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles, California.
Dressed in snow-white attire, The Ghetto Kids, seven in number performed alongside rapper French Montana, and wowed the crowd.
Watch their performance below;
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