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    US rapper French Montanna saves Ugandan dancers Ghetto Kids, buys them new house (photos)


    By now, most people who have caught a glimpse of musician Eddy Kenzo's songs are familiar with the popular dance group Ghetto Kids. The adorable siblings are super flexible and can drop it like it's hot!

    The talented kids who are based in Uganda have gained so much around the world that even US-based rapper, French Montana, could not help but search for them as he thought their talent was one to watch out for.

    Recently, he traveled to Uganda and shot his song titled Unforgettable featuring the skilled dancers. The music video which was loved by of people around the world gained over 800 million views on Youtube.

    Let us just say the world was completely taken by the triplets and as fate would have it, French changed their lives.

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    The iconic star bought them a house and managed to keep it on the down low before the kids decided to share the exciting news on social media.

    The massive mansion could leave most people in shame as no one would even guess it belongs to kids. For a home like that, one would have to work for years before erecting it and managing to live in it eventually.

    The kids penned a sweet message for the musician as they continuously thanked him for changing their lives for the better.

    "2018 has been a great year for us! We thank the Almighty God for the blessings and we pray he continues blessing us more and more. French Montana and the whole team We cannot thank you enough! We only pray to God to continue blessing you guys and we shall always be proud of you. Words cannot express how happy we are but only God knows what is inside our hearts. May God bless you more and more," the triplets penned.

    So heart-warming!

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