From YouTube to Hollywood! How Ugandan ‘Triplets Ghetto Kids’ made it to BET awards 2017

Nairobi, June 26, The world is full of numerous examples of unfathomable success stories that the Ugandan ghetto kids must have looked up to at one point. Luckily for these kids, they’ve finally joined the thousands of gallant souls that epitomize the validity of dreams. After beating all odds, the kids are finally at the BET awards 2017.

Triplets Ghetto Kids posing at the BET awards 2017

The Ugandan ghetto kids rose to fame through their dance videos. They are famed for their dance rendition of French Montana’s “Unforgettable” and Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” among others. Their dance crew “Triplets Ghetto Kids” is set to perform in this years BET awards.

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The three girls in the Triplets Ghetto Kids dance crew

Dancing their way into the hearts of many, the kids also have their dance version of Hanson Baliruno’s ‘Follow Follow’ and ‘Good For You’ by Mastiksoul & Shaggy. At the BET awards 2017, the young talented dancers are set to perform with French Montana. French Montana has closely worked with the kids since Project: Unforgettable Uganda “My Story, Their Reality.”

Triplets Ghetto Kids posing with Ugandan flag

The performances by the Ugandan ghetto kids have become tremendous and growing.  However, they have amazingly maintained a simple African approach in their moves and props. Theirs is an  incredible rise from the slum dwellings where they grew to the Hollywood fame. One cannot help admiring their life-changing talent.

Ghetto Kids Dance Group

At one point, celebrity Nicki Minaj could not help exclaiming “They are so amazing!” With the likes of Kenya’s Oscar Winner Lupita Nyong’o rising to international stardom, there is no limit to what the Ugandan ghetto kids can achieve.

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The youngest member of Triplets Ghetto Kids

P.S. : Kenyans will be quick to note the interior of the Kenya Airways flight… And remind Ugandans so. (Twitter Wars)

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