Uganda’s top dance group Triplets Ghetto Kids are the new owners of a mansion in Makyindye, Kampala, courtesy of their manager Kavuma Dauda.
According to reports, Dauda gifted the group the house alongside a van and is said to comprise of “several rooms, a basketball court and a dance studio.”
It is, however, not clear if American superstar Karim Kharbouch, better known as French Montana, was involved in the purchase having catapulted the dancers to worldwide stardom after featuring them in the video of the song Unforgettable.
Unforgettable was shot in the streets of Kampala and helped them land a performance at the BET awards, 2017.
In a post on their Instagram page, the group posted that 2018 has been a great year for them. They added that they will forever be grateful to God and indebted the kindness of the Morocco-born hip hop recording artist.
“2018 has been a great year for us!! We thank the almighty God for the blessings. We pray he continues blessing us more and more.
“@frenchmontana and the whole Team we can’t Thank you enough! We only pray to God to continue blessing you guys and we shall always be proud of you!
“@frenchmontana Words can’t express how happy we are but only God knows what is inside our Hearts. May God bless you more and more.
“And the best of all We thank you for our Dad, our Everything, our Manager Kavuma Dauda @managerticha_tfug God bless you so much!! We love you so much and we believe in you
“Our Dreams are coming true!! Thank you God not forgetting our Fans and everyone!”
The group is made up of teens; Hassan Sseruwu, Patricia Nabakooza, Isaac Tumusiime, Hassan Wasswa, Bashir Rubega, Ronald Ssentongo, Ashley Karuma, Fred Tumwesigye and Rucio Nyangoma.
They shot to fame after being featured in Eddy Kenzo’s Sitya Loss.