White entertainers who thrive in representing black culture

White entertainers who thrive in representing black culture

Jan 05, 2017, 04:29 AM

White entertainers who represent black culture

It is an undeniable fact that we love entertainers, after all, we get paid to write about them.  We're also very much intrigued by those entertainers who possess individualistic traits and have been celebrated in black culture.

We are starting this list with the self-described white boy of kwaito, Lekgoa currently known as Snotkop who drove South African kwaito music lovers crazy with his 1999 single Basetsana.

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Here he is with his another single Shake a di bono

This next one even married a black woman. J' Something should have just been born from black parents, his dance moves are enough to make you think that he is a black person but stuck in a white body.

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Tamara Dey. The first time we got introduced to this amazing singer was when she was featured on the Brothers Of Peace (BOP) track Thath' impahla, and now she is at it again with another Kalawa Jazmee star, DJ Zinhle. Tamara is featured on the new DJ Zinhle single Colors.

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Last but not least a white comedian who speaks Zulu, Pule Welch. Pule was also a presenter on Mzansi Magics music show, Please Call me SABC 1's Mi Kasi Su Kasi.

Interestingly enough, whilst growing up, Pule spent most of his time in the township with his parents who he regarded as very multicultural people.

Oh, let's not also forget how well he speaks some of South Africa's native languages.

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Written by

Thokozile Mahlangu

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