Welcome to our stories, you’re in for a treat!

This is the story of our lives. You might find we have a lot in common with you or you might be surprised. We hope our stories motivate you to work for your dreams, this is why we share.  We are fighters for dreams, even if the way our lives don’t look how we want them to be.  Are you a fighter, too?

Triplets Ghetto Kids

Our name is who we are.  Right back in the early years, Kavuma Dauda – our Ticha Manager – was thinking about the idea “Triplets” – sometimes spelling it as Tripplets – which means the three pillars of our organisation: Dance, drama and music.  After Sitya Loss, we went by the name “The Ghetto Kids” because all of us had begun our lives in the ghettos of Kampala and, rather than run from it, we wanted to show our background with pride and honesty.  The ghetto gave us the first lessons in our lives and there are people there – and people who lived there that we lost – that we cherish.

For us, “Ghetto” is not an insult or a street fashion, the ghetto of Kampala is our roots and we think you all appreciate the importance of being fully connected to your roots.  We were often called the Sitya Loss Kids by the media and for a time it was useful to us to stand out from other dance groups that went by the name “ghetto kids” but we needed our own name rather than the name of a song.  At the beginning of the Triplets Foundation Uganda we used that name, too, but the dance group needed a specific identity so we arrived at Triplets Ghetto Kids or TGK.

Enjoy our stories, tell us how they make you feel, the parts you like best and tell us yours.  Love to you all, TGK Family ❤️

Ada: Never give up

Wassap, my friends! I love dancing, I love hiphop, I’m a big fan of Kendrick Lamar and I like social networking. I like shooting videos and when I was younger I dreamed about becoming a journalist because I have a lot of stories to tell. I could never have imagined all the things that have happened to me could have been possible. But my life has already been full of the craziest contrasts, from sitting exhausted in the dust on a Kampala street after a terrible day to dancing on a huge stage in Los Angeles with American megastars for the entire world.

At the beginning, all I knew was the struggle, that was how I called it in my head. Often, I would say to myself that life was cruel, it was a game I played.  The rules were simple: if I could convince myself that life was really cruel, I would learn to beat it and any good things that came my way would feel totally great. 

One day, when I was 9, my friend Alex was sitting next to me talking about his manager. He was pretending to be just chatting but I knew he was leading up to something.

     ‘You should come and meet him,’ Alex told me.

     I was like, ‘Why would I want to meet your manager?’ pretending I wasn’t bothered but secretly scared of not impressing this manager and having him tell me I was no good.  Well, I ended up fresh out of excuses and Alex wasn’t taking no for an answer so I got up, brushed the dust off my legs and went with him.

When we arrived, Alex insisted that the manager give me his attention.  So the man began with some basic steps. Alex was so encouraging, shouting that I was a natural and slapping me on the back. The manager was patient and kind with me, he told me not to give up, and I remember he looked me square in the eye and added, ‘Never give up’.  I knew he wasn’t just saying that to make Alex happy, he was saying it for me, so I trusted him and I tried again.  And again.  A few days later, he put us with two brothers, the younger one – Fred – was fast, his moves came naturally and he was expressive, like Alex. 

Next thing I know, we’re shooting Sitya Loss on a road with people occasionally driving past. How could I have imagined that day was going to change my life forever?  What I do know is that everything rides on hard work. It didn’t come easily to me but my new opportunity taught me about what I can achieve when I put my mind to it. I managed to get really good at something that makes me proud of who I am. Do you know how that feels?  There’s nothing like it.

I wanna thank you for all your support, your messages and your shares. We love you as much as you love us. “You are… unforgettable”.  Tell me your story, what did you fight to get good at?  Share your comments with us and your social media #TGKmybroAda   (Birthday: 21 July 2004)

Patricia: Through thick n thin

First of all, I want to thank all of you for being with us through thick and thin, without your support we couldn’t be where we are today. I thank you as well for all the messages, prayers and help you sent when I most needed them. I’ll never forget that. 

I love dancing, I really feel like I can express things I don’t find words for and I also love fashion, I sometimes dream about being a fashion designer because I love how colours are exactly what they are, they speak more beautifully than a thousand words. 

As you may remember, I was very little when this whole thing started. Before that, life was dust, sweat and endless hustling.  My parents struggled to find the money to keep me and my brothers in school so, even though we really wanted to go, sometimes we couldn’t.  When a child can’t go to school, they are never given a proper space to think about their future or their talents. At school they always say ‘What you’re learning now will be useful for the future,’ and we begin to understand how the effort we make now will help us in years to come.  Even though some children do this without the help of a teacher and a classroom, others will often focus on getting through the immediate problems in their life. Now, when I think back to that time, I can see how much I needed a space just to have hope for my future.

I knew Ticha Manager was training children to dance and perform, I’d heard people talked about him.  I wasn’t expecting to meet him so my mouth fell open when I found him standing in front of me asking why I was missing school. He listened patiently to me and then invited me to make a video with some other kids. He explained to my mother that dancing was going to help pay for our school fees so she agreed I could go. There were 4 boys and I was the only girl! The boys had already practiced but Ticha gave me a few instructions and told me to trust in myself. That day we shot Sitya Loss and it was uploaded to YouTube.

Very quickly, everybody was talking about us!  Thanks to that video, we got loads of chances to make enough money dancing in events and on TV to pay for our school fees and begin to help other kids to go back to school. I love to look back on those days because they were exciting and happy times. We trained really hard but we were so driven. We would tell each other that we could do much more than we knew if we worked hard enough.

Like other kids we went to school and listened in class but outside we worked ourselves hard. Alex was always inspiring, he had no end of energy. I think he felt that he was our older brother and it was up to him to encourage us.  Haha, he was so ambitious!  I think that a little bit of Alex lives on in each of us.  Not long after Sitya Loss, we shot Jambole in the garden.  We were just having fun, expressing our happiness and our new enthusiasm for life.  Eddy Kenzo’s songs have this strong feeling of celebrating new chances and new hope and this is why they’re perfect for what we wanted to share in the videos we’ve made with him.

We began to hear stories that our videos were getting popular in Europe and America and other parts of the world. It wasn’t long before reporters from Europe started coming over to interview us.  Ticha Manager dreamed of creating an organisation to help more children go to school and unlock their different talents through dance, acting and music and that dream became known as the Triplets Foundation.

I said earlier “thick and thin” because life after Sitya Loss was far from smooth. We now felt the love of millions of you around the world but life had more hard lessons to test us with.  I made a full recovery from the accident but we had lost our big brother and some were saying that we had lost our future.  All the same, we found the conviction in our faith and in each other and we built on that.  When we shot Just Bieber’s video Sorry, some new talents began to emerge.  Ronnie was bright, cheerful and a born natural on his feet, like Fred.  Ada, far from being crushed by grief, was transforming into a fast, talented dancer and it was amazing to see how he came into his own.  Isaac, who is an example of steady perseverance, was someone we all felt we could rely on and Kokode, well, wherever he is, laughter is not far away so he always knows how to lighten the mood. 

This taught me to put my best into what I can do today and, as Ticha says, trust myself. It’s easy to say, ‘If things were better I would do this,’ but things are exactly the way they are and we can only work with what we’ve got.  I want to leave you with this thought: take what you have right now and try hard to make the best of it.  What do you have that makes you unique and what can you do with it? Please comment and share on your social media #TGKmysisPatricia (Birthday 21 February 2005)

Fred: Passion pushes me through all my troubles

My brother Isaac and I used to go out together to try and hustle some money. Our parents couldn’t afford to put us through school so we had different options. One thing we did was to go through the rubbish and sell anything worthwhile as scrap.  You spent most of the time up to your knees in other people’s rubbish. I hated it, it smelt disgusting and you would get scratches and cuts from broken metal and glass even when you were careful.  Another thing we could do was dance and play music on the street for donations. Both options were dangerous, we could be attacked and robbed and there was no one to stand up for us. We were quick on our feet but we were just kids. 

Isaac and me, we were inseparable because we depended on each other to get home safely every day, two sets of eyes and ears constantly alert are better than one.  One day when I was 10, we were on the street.  Isaac was playing the drum and I was dancing and a man came over to us.  He asked why we weren’t at school and we told him about our life. He told us he liked our dancing and would we like to go to school. 

Now I think back on it, I’m surprised we weren’t more on our guard. It wasn’t unusual for people with bad intentions to trick kids with promises of a better life, we all knew about children who had disappeared from the streets.  All the same, we leapt at the chance, maybe we were just too tired of being desperate to be suspicious or maybe we felt he was for real.  I think that because I remember he was soft spoken, not harsh and loud, and he talked to us with respect. After what felt like the longest conversation with our mother, he arranged to have us go to school.

I had never had dance training before and Ticha put us to work training for Sitya Loss with Alex and Ada.  Dancing was something I did intuitively but I didn’t know about learning steps and movements and co-ordinating with other people. On the day of the shoot, Patricia turned up, you should have seen the look on our faces when we saw her dance! 

By day, we went to school and I was surprised at all the things I could fit in my head in just one day at school. I sometimes wondered if it would ever get too full of new information but it was funny how the more I learned, the more space there seemed to be to learn more. 

Through the hard work I put into learning to dance I got results and with results, passion. Passion drives my dedication when my legs ache with tiredness and when a move I’m working on takes more patience than I can stand. I don’t mind life being hard, I just want my passion to push me through all the troubles.

I’m so appreciative of all the details that have gone into taking me from that life begging on the street to this life I’m now living. There are so many generous people behind that change, people all around the world that I have never met but who have shown me their respect and support.  I feel such love and gratitude to you all and because of that, I want to know what you’re passionate about. There is plenty of room on the social media for your talents, what are they? Please comment and also share on your social media #TGKmybroFred  (Birthday: 20 October 2003)

Issac: Starving for that invisible thing

From when we were very small, my brother Fred and I used to hang together, he was my little brother and we always looked out for each other.  There weren’t many options, our job was to try and find a bit of money to keep going day after day. Work was hard to find and the adults around us did whatever they could find so we had to pull our weight, too. 

The day we met Ticha, he had seen us performing on the street and said that we had talent and offered to get us into school.  We took him to talk to our mother. I wanted to believe that this was going to lead to some hope for us because even though every day we struggled, I couldn’t stop myself wishing life was different. Ticha spoke with a lot of kindness and conviction. He told us about Alex and how he had danced in Eddy Kenzo’s videos. I had never met a man who talked like him before, it was like he could see something that was invisible to the rest of us and I was starving for that invisible thing.

In the end, our mother agreed and we started school.  We also had to work very hard at dancing, this was different to hustling, we were learning to make our arms and legs do things they’d never done before! I saw how my little brother was transforming in that time, he was really coming out of himself in the dancing and that made me happy because I would have done anything for him.  I had never seen him smile so much before and, unlike our days on the streets, he was dancing with passion and fully enjoying it. 

Life after Sitya Loss was like nothing I could have imagined in my wildest dreams. We began to dance on stages in front of thousands of cheering fans at the weekend. We had school and clothes and food all the time and I prayed we’d never have to hustle again.  We danced with IDU, a well-known adult dance group in Kampala, and musicians like Patoranking from Nigeria.

We began working on our own songs and this was when I got to write and sing my own lyrics as you can hear in Yamba, Mood, Mama Ye Mama among others. I feel so good when I see how my work looks finished, it’s something I’ve brought into the world and it will always be there. 

When the Americans arrived to make Unforgettable with us, I couldn’t stop staring. I loved how easy it was to talk to Swae Lee, he was friendly and fun but he told me about a life I just couldn’t picture in my head. I could tell his life had been difficult too because you could see it in his eyes, it was like he understood without needing to say anything.  When I tried to imagine his country, I could only think if the American films I’d seen.  I wasn’t expecting to see it for myself so quickly. 

I’m deeply thankful to French Montana for helping us as much as he has and I’m thankful to all of you who send us so many messages and share our videos.  You give us so much support and you’ve helped us leave behind our old lives.  Have you ever written a song, have you tried to put your feelings into something new? Tell us about it, comment and share on your social media, let the world know #TGKmybroIsaac (4 August 2002)

Ronnie: Dancing links us to each other

I think I’m right to say that in all of Africa, dance has always been and still is a fundamental part of our lives. Here in Kampala you see many things, some terrible and some amazing, but dance is always nearby in every minute of our existence.  You’ll see someone just walking down the street and maybe they’ll pull a little dance move as a greeting to a friend. That kind of explains who I am.

I supposed I’ve always been a performer of some kind. From very little I was singing and dancing has always felt natural, but life was a struggle.  My dreams pushed me even though I couldn’t see how I could make them real. Word spread of the ‘Sitya Loss Kids’ who were now performing on TV and at events.  They were in with celebrities like Eddy Kenzo and I felt it was impossibly out of my reach but that didn’t stop me.  My luck changed when a person from a TV channel gave me Ticha’s contact details. He agreed to watch me, he saw talent in me and invited me to join.

I identified a lot with Alex, he was very confident and kept saying we were going to be stars and I liked that he was so open about it because growing up, if you talked like that people would say you were being big-headed. But I felt they didn’t really get it, I wanted this and I didn’t want to spend my life hustling.

When I went to the US I heard some people say, ‘I can’t dance’ and it was a surprise to me, because I think an African would never say that.  We dance therefore we are 😂 and we’re proud of that. Dancing is something that we do together and it links us to each other, even when we’ve had a fight.  You can’t stay mad for very long at someone you’re dancing with. 

Still, I’ve noticed a change since our videos went viral, kids all over the city are organising and training hard. They’ve started making impressive groups and videos.  The social media is alive with young Ugandans showing the world their talents and this is special to me because, yes, we face big problems every day, sometimes we don’t have enough to eat, sometimes we can’t pay the school fees or afford medicines when we’re sick and, believe me, life is very scary when those things are just around the corner but we are a people of faith, we never give up, we fight for our lives and we put a brave smile on our faces.

Our dearest friends, we are no strangers to bad things happening or to fear, the same as you. I would just like to remind you to be confident and believe in yourselves. When you get tired of chasing an opportunity, remember me and keep going.  Tell me about it in the comments and on your social media #TGKmybroRonnie (Birthday: 5 May 2002)

Kokode: I show my adversary my teeth in the shape of a smile

I gotta smile and it’s got your name on it.  Have you got one for me?  You know what I love? I love to laugh! You know, when we laugh it’s like nothing is too terrible, it’s that simple. Me, I like a good joke, sometimes I like a bad joke, too! I think I’ve always been like that because I can remember when I was very little how laughter could beat a tense situation, and I’ve never seen anything else do that before.

Aside from that, I love playing football, it’s all about co-ordination and a strong team. I also love boxing and kick boxing because you can see there’s control and art there.  For me these things are all connected to dancing and I love how we dance together, you can see how I loved dancing with my team in Mastiksoul’s Good For You

I had heard about the Sitya Loss Kids before, just like everyone in Kampala, so when they came to my area I went to an event to see them. They launched a dance challenge and like all the others  I went for it, and I got past the first round, and kept going. Then I won.  Ticha said he was impressed by my skills and I looked at him waiting for the punchline…which never came. In fact, he asked me to join them! No joke.  I got a smile on my face that was gonna stay there for life.  I felt such a buzz to be there with Patricia, Ada, Alex, Fred and Isaac, who had become national stars by that time. You see, Sitya Loss was everywhere, it was the big summer song, you couldn’t go a day without hearing it on a car radio or coming from a shop or someone’s mobile. Everybody talked about the kids and there I was dancing with them. 

The Triplets Foundation was quite big at this point and lots of different children were participating in different events.  At the same time I was invited to join, another new boy started dancing with us, he was very cool and was already a great dancer. That was summer 2014 and he was Ronnie.  We made our video debut together in Osobola.

I’d like to leave you with this: remember to try and laugh, especially when you don’t want to. Laughing is good for you, it shows that you can get through this next difficult phase in life.  Tomorrow or next month there’ll be another one, don’t you worry about that!

A warrior, he shows his enemy his teeth and that’s exactly what I do. But me, I show them in the shape of a huge smile.  Tell me how you show your teeth and share it on your social media #TGKmybroKokode (Birthday: 27 July 2000)

Nyangoma: The world can be a kind place

I had heard talk in my town about the Sitya Loss kids but I knew nothing about them. My town is a long way from Kampala, in the west of Uganda.  As it happened, they came over to do a show and I was struck by the enthusiasm of the people around town.  I really enjoyed their performance, though, I could see how happy they looked, their smiles weren’t hiding the kind of things my smiles hid.  I had always danced in some way because I had to do it, it was just a hustle that I had been trained to do.  I was taught you were supposed to look like you loved it but that wasn’t how I felt. These kids, though, they were confident. 

Ticha talked to me after I had been working and asked me about school and my life. I was just 7 and he said that I had talent but that there was another way of dancing that was much better.  I told him I couldn’t go to school and that I had to hustle but he wanted to meet my mother so I took him.  Ticha talked and my mother looked unconvinced, but he insisted and eventually it was agreed that I could go back to Kampala with them and join them. 

Patricia looked after me and she became like a big sister very quickly, I went to school and every day we practiced dancing all the time.  This was nothing like I had ever done before, we would be learning steps together and learning how to co-ordinate with each other.  We went to shows and we were all treated like celebrities and the way I felt about dancing changed.  Now I feel proud of how it helps me express myself and especially of all the work I’ve put into it.  For me, now, it’s something that I want to do, not something that I have to do.

At home, the boys are usually joking and laughing together and I came to see that we weren’t a dance group, we were a family.  I had never thought life could be like that but I came to realise that my older brothers and sisters were there for me when I needed them.

It’s mind-blowing to go from hustling for survival to waking up in the morning and realising that people all over the world admire you and are ready to help you.  It’s true, some people want all eyes on them so that they can feel superior but I don’t identify with that.  Our new family, what we feel is tremendous gratitude to all of you.  You’ve shown us –  a group of street kids – that the world can be a kind place and your support has completely changed how we feel about ourselves.  No act of kindness is too small.  Thank you all.  Please tell me how you feel about all this, what’s your story, tell us in the comments and in your social media #TGKmysisNyangoma  (Birthday: 3 September 2007)

ManKing: From a street corner to a huge stage

Hello everybody, I’m ManKing Da RapKid and I want to thank you all so much for all the support you have always given me.  I’m so grateful.

By the time I was 5 I had lost both my parents, my extended family were in charge of looking after me but my life was already in my hands, I didn’t have time to be little.  I learnt to sing and rap as a way to hustle on the streets and that’s what I did from when I was very small.  I would spend hours rapping, dancing or singing because what I earned had to be enough to get me through until the next day.  It was a hard job, I’d get really hot and very thirsty but I’d push myself harder because I had to survive. Rapping seemed like a good idea to me because not many people were doing it so it was a good alternative. Some people didn’t like to hear rap and they would yell at me or throw something in my direction and I’d have to make a run for it. 

One day I was singing for the boda boda riders (people who catch motorbike taxis to move around the city) and a man was listening to me. He said I was talented and wanted to know my story.  After listening, he told me I didn’t have to carry on living that way and that I could go to school and carry on learning to rap.  I was suspicious but then he explained that he was the manager of the famous Sitya Loss kids so I agreed to go with him to meet them and see it for myself.  I wondered how many men were walking around Kampala claiming to be the manager of those celebrities and I figured I could run away at the first sign of trouble.

Well, I met the real Sitya Loss Kids and watched them practice. They blew my mind.  Ticha, as they called him, asked me to join them and try and keep up with their dance moves.  You don’t want to know how that went.  Dancing with other people? Me? All the same, I got a really good feeling from it and I was ready to give it a try.

We worked hard in dance and I continued to develop in rap and we all went to school.  I didn’t find it easy to fit into this new life and sometimes wondered if I would be better off alone.  There are no guarantees things are going to go well and it was difficult to have trust when you’re used to being your own boss.  All the same, they were all very patient with me and we all learnt a lot together.  I pushed myself to rap faster and better and now I have several of my own songs.  It’s a big change to go from a street corner to a huge stage, from Uganda to the US, but that is my story.

So what is your story? Maybe you have parents, maybe you don’t know the streets like I do, but your story is worth telling too.  Does something drive you to try hard even when it seems impossible?  Tell me about it in the comments and your social media #TGKmybroManking (3 June 2004)

Ashley: Mum and dad have shown me not just by their words but by their lives.

I’m Ashley and I’m Ticha’s daughter. I have been dancing with my big family my whole life and we have always lived together.  I love my big brothers and sisters and I’m so proud of what they can do.  Thanks to all their hard work and to my dad’s perseverance, I’ve danced at the BET awards and on French Montana’s video. 

I’m proud of my mum for everything she does to make this home run smoothly because there are a lot of us and she has a very big heart.  Mum and dad have shown me, not just by words but by their lives, that we are all really one family.

I want to thank you all for all your messages and your love and to those who donated: a special thank you.  Thank you all for making this family into something great.  What about you? What makes you proud of your family and friends? Tell me in the comments and your social media #TGKmysisAshley (Birthday: 26 September 2010)

Our ticha-manager

He is our motivation and the man who made all this possible, Kavuma Dauda. May God bless him and protect him always. Don’t you think he’s done a great thing for the world?  Tell us how you feel about Kavuma in the comments!

And… come back soon because we’re going to be adding the stories of TGK gen2 and some of the others you’ve seen in our videos!

Find out all about Alex

Alex was the first of the Ghetto Kids to work with Ticha Manager in his Triplets project. Now you can read all about his incredible story from street kid to rising star. After the tragedy of losing him in 2015, Alex continued to grow in hearts all around the world and become a legend.

For the first time, you can read testimoials from his family, Eddy Kenzo and from each of us.  We still love him as our brother and honour his memory. Share your words with us.

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Secondly, we strongly disapprove of our stories being used as a way of belittling or inflicting pain on people from our cities, country, continent or ethnicity.  These biographies are not representative of other people.  Thank you for your kindness and understanding.

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  1. Hello Ghettokids I’m a big fan of your work. It feels nice to be able to find out more about your life. You are doing a great job for society, which everyone is proud of. When I read your stories of what you’ve been through, I got tears everyone deserves something good in their lives. Thanks to kavuma dauda and TGK generation 2 i love you guys

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    • Thanks so much for your kind words and all your support and appreciation. We love you, too.

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  2. Hey guys, well my name’s Precious and i am a big fan from London. My big dream is to meet you guys one day because you are my biggest inspiration and my source of happiness. I am hoping to travel to the pearl of Africa (Uganda of course) and i hope to meet you and maybe share a fun dance session x
    I love you guys, keep up the great work, loads of kisses to Isac

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    • Thanks so much, Precious!! A pleasure to meet you. We thank you for taking the time to introduce yourself and for all your support and shares, these things help us so much and we are really appreciative.

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  3. Hi guys my name is anisha am from Grenada and i love to watch you guys dance but mostly Fred he’s cute an i love him and were both born the same month and ada your amazing, keep up the good works an may god bless you…
    #TGK

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    • Thanks so much, Anisha from Grenada! A big hi to you, your friends and family and all your people there from all of us here at #TGK and Triplets Foundation. Your support means a lot to us all and thanks for the personal messages.

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  4. It’s making me very sad that you guys are growing up, time really flies I can’t believe you guys went from being street kids to now what you beautiful people are, very soon the you guys will be making your own decisions and becoming Hollywood stars, god is still planning your futures, I really hope I get to meet you before you guys leave us to become something more 😘

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    • Thank you so much! The more we grow up, the more we can learn and improve! Thanks for the support, the love, the shares and the comments. We are your #TGK family, always here!!

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  5. hey guys, im an older man of belgium (44 years 😉 ) just want to tell you that i like your videos sooooo much, nearly every day i watch them. i really like dancing myself but i never had the change to be in a group or something, that’s why i find it so amazing for you guys. i was a great fan of Michael Jackson, still i like to do some ‘moonwalking’ , even at my age no problem lol
    have fun guys and i hope i can see alot from you in the future, keep up the good work
    greats from Belgium

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    • Thank you very much for your enthusiasm and support, we really appreciate that you took time to tell us about how much you like our videos. Which one is your favourite? Our fans and friends are what give us the motivation.

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  6. Am Remigius kelvin Komba from Tanzania University of Dar es salaam…. I real appreciate you getho kid group for what you are doing ….Patricia and your team be blessed
    Welcome Tanzania

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    • Hey Remigius Kelvin Komba! Nice to meet you. A big hello to you, your friends at the University and your people in Tanzania! Thanks for taking the time to write to us and introduce yourself, we are all blessed every day, as you are. Thanks so much for your appreciation and all you do to spread the word of #TGK to your people.

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  7. How come Isaac and Manking got left in the US, did you guys get tired of them? 😂😂

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    • Isaac and Manking are both working on their careers and futures in the US and Isaac is going to surprise you all really soon (oops, maybe said too much!). Manking is rapping hard!! But we’re all still very close, sisters and brothers, we are #TGK family. Big love!

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      • Now you’ve made me very excited on what Isaacs surprise is, I hope it’s very good, would you guys ever consider moving to the US?

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        • 😉 Watch this space

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  8. What country are you guys going to visit this year?? 🤔

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    • There are a lot of things coming up and we’ll have to see what 2018 throws our way… because you can never know for sure! Thanks for your message.

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  9. I won’t ever be satisfied with your moves until I meet you guys. I’ll make sure that one day you either come to Kenya or I visit you in Uganda. Top love from Shon. Love you guys. God bless

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    • Hey Shon! Big, big love to you in Kenya and we hope our paths will cross very soon! Greetings from all of us here at #TGK family!!

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  10. u guys make me proud. i just love u to d fullest. am a proud Ugandan coz of u.. Blessings follow u every wea. A call u my sweet hearts even wen talking to d whole world, that is wat i will always and forever term u. U D BEST… GOD BLESS U

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    • thank you, proud Ugandan!!! Blessings

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      • Hi my brothers and sisters it’s been so long since I talked to you guys i like the fact you guys are still making videos for our country Uganda and I hoped some I can dance with you guys and make our country proud to keep up the good work god bless you and I love you so much

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        • Yes, we are still making videos and very happy with the results, many more people enjoy watching us dance and do their own dances to the songs! We love it.

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    • hi!here is Timothy Adam in Burkina Faso in West Afrika,i love your team,your dances and the songs,i wish you the best!May God take care of you!
      I’m sory for Alex,i remember to him everyday.

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      • Hey, Timothy Adam, thanks so much. A big warm hello to you from all of us here at #TGK to you, your family and friends and all your beautiful people in Burkina Faso!! We are together, brother!

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    • I am from Suriname and I like watching you. You are great. 👍👍👍👏👏

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      • Wow, thanks so much, Alice from Suriname! We thank you so much for your support! Have a great day

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    • I love you guys so much may you guys keep performancing everyday for Uganda and the world

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      • Thank you so much!

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  11. I love you guys God bless you i watch you everyday on YouTube you guys are my day maker keep smiling keep dancing keep singing one love to alex he’s in my heart. Fred ur great Isaac patricia ada all of u peace one love😍😍😘😘😘😗😙🤗🤗🤗🤗 would love if u guys can perform at my wedding when the time comes lol hope i can afford jahniel from Canada 🇨🇦🇨🇦 but i was born in jamaica🇯🇲🇯🇲 omg i love y’all so much

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    • Thanks so much for your message Jahniel from Canada born in great Jamaica!!! We really appreciate your message and your sentiments and your hopes. Peace and love from all of us here at #TGK

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  12. I love you Getto kids. my favourite is Ada. when are you coming to South Africa, I would love to watch you

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    • Thanks so much!!! We really appreciate your support and your message!

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  13. Why did Isaac stay in the USA

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    • Hi Victoria, Isaac is working on his future and career like the rest of us. There are some surprises in store for 2018! Love from all of us here at #TGK

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  14. I would leave Jamaica just to meet you guys especially Ada and cutie Ashley ooh and to even get the chance to have one dance with you guys, i’m so overwhelm I’ve actually found a site to be in contact with you guys. I,m like never really excited about anything but i am about you guys.

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    • Thanks so much for your kind message and your compliments!! We’re so glad you’re passionate about our project, too.

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      • I love you ghetto kids keep on the good work and god will bless u and i wish one day i could meet all of u

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        • thanks so much, Jemimah! All the best!

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  15. ADA!!!!!!!!!!! I’m so in love with you(OK, that may be a lie) but i admire you. OK you guys are amazing, all of you. i love your songs and i love your dances. i love African musics and dance( descendants are Africans ) and your videos just make me love it more. i learn a few moves from you guys. your videos can change a person mood, its funny, amazing and very important. i love you guys. i’m 18 years old btw. Peace!!!!!

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    • Wooow, Chantelle, you’re giving Ada cause to blush for the rest of the week! Thanks for your sentiments, great to meet you. Peace and love from all of us here at #TGK.

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  16. Realmente adoro ver los videos, me contagian de una energia que realmente solo ustedes saben transmitir, mi mama adora ver bailar a fred y ami tambien me parece que lo hace bastante bien, saludos para todos porfavor sigan haciendo lo que mejor saben hacer bailar!!!

    I really love watching the videos, they infect me with an energy that really only you know how to transmit, my mom loves to see Fred dancing and I also think that she does it quite well, greetings for everyone please keep doing what you know how to dance !!!

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    • Thank you so much Angel and thanks to your mother, too. We really appreciate the messages and support, it gives us a lot of strength and courage.

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  17. TRIPLETS GHETTO KIDS… les escribo desde colombia, todos son fantasticos y me alegra q cada dia triunfen mas y mas., se lo merecen . gracias a esa persona tan especial q los guia ., q vio en uds el verdadero valor.. el valor de una familia., de una amistad.. TRIPLETS GHETTO KIDS por siempre y para siempre

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    • Thank you so much, Juan, we appreciate your kind message. Mucho amor!

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  18. You kids are super talented I knows your crews through my 3 year old daughter she loves u and I luv u too keep up with good job

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    • thanks so much to you and your little daughter! We love your support!

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  19. I love you guys, you are an inspiration to everybody. Patricia you are my personal best keep it up, am praying for your success may God brighten your lives keep united always and always thank your founder because he is a hero to me…..May all your dreams come true wishing you all the best from Kenya

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    • Thanks so much, we really appreciate, especially Patricia for all your kind words and prayers.

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  20. Special thanks to ticha manager for his contribution to humanity.
    Mr. Kavuma Dauda, I thank you. You have accomplished in this little time and with limited means what many very rich people will not in 3 lifetimes if they were allowed to live that long. You are a leader, and a very smart humanitarian entrepreneur. My sincere respect Sir. You are a fine human being and a great african. I am proud of you. I am glad my daughter Leyhiri introduced me to your brilliant kids. Keep the good work going.
    Please keep me posted on your next show in New York. Leyhiri would delighted to see you perform live!

    Dape,
    from New York.

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    • Thanks so much for your kindness and your message, our love and regards to both you and Leyhiri

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      • my name is Angel and all i can say to yall is that you guys have to keep it up no matter what and yeah so proud of yall once again keep it up hope to see yall one day Best wishes from united state of America♥♥♥♥

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        • Thank you so much, Angel, great to meet you. Take good care and share the love!

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  21. When are you guys coming back to Australia, i couldnt make it on Easter

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    • Ahhh! Oh well, let’s see what the future holds for all of us!

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  22. I really love your songs and dancing.
    As you say in “Asanti”, you dance for joy, sing for joy, and you share it with us, thanks so much.
    Best wishes from Mexico.

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    • Thanks so much, we appreciate your kind words

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      • Indeed you are talented guys/girls.I love the way you move when dancing and the way you uniformly colorate as you are dancing making you a unique dancing group in Africa or even perhaps the whole world.Ronnie and fred I like your moves and dancing styles in kandodo.I also like the moves and styles of my gorgeous crush Patricia in yasolo and sampo, keep it up !!! To the manager, i would love to take this opportunity to thank you for the support you rendered to ghetto kids and only God who rewards will reward you greatly for the good work and you should also know that you are my inspiration & God bless you. Sorry for your loss (Alex).when are you coming to visit Zambia???God bless you all
        Rip Alex…

        Robbie Lungu
        Copperbelt university Zambia

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        • Thank you, once again. God bless.

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          • When are you coming to perform in Zambia???

          • Let’s hope it’s soon!! WE don’t know yet…. but be ready!

  23. You make a every inch of my body dance. You are incredible, absolutely amazing dancer… I wish I could tell each one of you how you make me feel. Fred you excite me (the first one I look for in each video), Ada you wow me, Patricia amazing, Ronnie joyous… I can list you all. And who is that young boy in the “Yasolo?” #55. Pure talent…

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    • Thanks so much for all your enthusiasm!! And thank you for taking the trouble to write it to us! Keep enjoying

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    • Not yet, with any luck it will be possible soon! Hope you’ll be there 🙂

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      • omg my name is uwase i am from Rwanda and i really love the way yall dance and i just want tell yall to keep it up im one of yall fans i just wish i were there so i can support yall very easy watching yall dancing and all that but once again i love yall and may god bless yall♥♥♥♥♥

        from; uwase
        to; Triplets getto kids

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        • Thanks so much Uwase, it’s an honour. Thanks for your love and kind words.

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      • In my opinion you guys r the best African dance group I’ve seen. I hope u the best in your future.😊you have to perform in canada!

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        • Wooow! Thanks so much for your comment and for your enthusiasm. We really appreciate that you took the time to write to us! Lots of love to you, your friends, family and people in Canada!

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  24. Hi dears, I love you all my kids you are fabulous, I saw you before almost 2 days and I like your videos
    I ask you a favor to do lyrics with English translate because I’m Arabic person and I want to know what the songs mean and to learn your language.
    Thank you for bright our world and I wish you all the best and your dreams come true.

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    • Thanks so much for your words, we’re working on translations of our lyrics on the website at the moment so everyone can see what they are about but it takes a lot of time!!! Thanks so much for your support and for writing to us.

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  25. Olá Patricia, todos os vídeos de entrevistas observo o quanto você é simpática! Você está sempre agradecendo as pessoas, a Uganda, ao Triplets. Continue assim. Vi suas fotos quando estava no hospital depois do acidente. Senti muito!! Mas vejo você agora cheia de vida. Sou Testemunha de Jeová e acredito na promessa da Bíblia e Fred seria alguém que eu gostaria de conhecer. Felicidades para você!

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    • Thank you very much for your words and your kindness!

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  26. Com relação a Kavuma Dauda. Realmente somente alguém que tenha muito talento e o bom coração seria capaz de criar este projeto. Aqui no Brasil existem projetos mas não com o brilho que este tem. Agradece a ele por tudo que ele fez. Vem no Brasil , de preferencia em Salvador, Bahia e certamente irei ver vocês! Gostaria de conhecer todos!

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    • Thanks so much for your kind words, we will do what we can to get to Brasil, too! God bless!

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  27. I have watched your videos so many times. I am a music teacher in Oklahoma, United States. I have showed your dancing to my students. I want them to see the spirit, joy and energy you have. Thank you for sharing your talents!

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    • Thank you so much for your enthusiasm and for sharing our videos with your classes!

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      • 🙂 Could you please help me understand what the Stylezo song is talking about so I can share the meaning with my students? What is kadondo? Is the song about having confidence?

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        • Yes, of course. First off, sorry for the late reply. Stylezo is just a play on the word “style” and it means “I like your style”. Kadondo is the name of the woman Eddy is singing to. We’re not too sure about which language it comes from.

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      • I know ALex is watching you guys with so much pride. I wish he was here to share this with you, But he is your Angel now, Keep up the good work. You dont know me however, I am so proud of you all 🙂

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        • Thank you so much for your kind words, we really appreciate! All the best to you

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    • Peace and blessing African ghetto kids
      I’m marquiesha and I love you guys
      My favorite video of you guys is kadondo
      I also like Fred’s dancing
      I love you guys
      P.s I also know all the dance moves to the song kadondo!!!

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      • Thank you so much!!

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  28. Word up to the Triplets Ghetto Kids. Wishing you much love and Success. You are all wonderful dancers. I especially enjoyed watching Patricia in the French Montana video Unforgettable. Patricia you have so much talent. you and your Dance group will go far so reach for the stars.

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    • thank you so much!!

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  29. High guys I’m so much impressed with your work.Pass my regards to Ada and Patricia.Also asking if I could be friends with them either through facebook or any other means.I understand you’ve reached friends limit but I believe that something can still be done.GOD BLESS

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    • Thank you Fatuma. We’ll have to see what we can do.

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  30. lemme be in yall next video

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    • B)

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  31. Hi there, Just found out about you guys yesterday and, i’ve been searching every video i could find of you guys on you tube.
    You are all amazing dancers and i love you guys/girls already. I’m old enough to be your grandma so expect me to be watching
    over in such a way. Keep up the good work and, God be with you all at all times.
    P.S i live in Japan but originally from South Africa, Viva Africa.

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    • Thanks very much, all the best to you, there! Viva Africa!

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  32. Hello!!! We are from the USA and my son and daughter love you All! They dance to your videos nearly everyday! Keep striving!

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    • Thank you so much! We’re happy to count you and your kids as part of our family.

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      • In my opinion you guys r the best African dance group I’ve seen. I hope u the best in your future.😊

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        • Thanks so much!!! What a privilege to read these words. Our fans – our worldwide family – are the people who have made all this possible for us and we are eternally grateful.

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  33. Hello, Triplets I just wanted to let you guys know that I love the 2nd generation of this group.
    as for you 2nd generation of A.K.A Triplets Ghetto Kids, I will keep putting you all in my prayers and I watched the first video and I was like oh my god you guys deserved a standing ovation.

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    • thanks Victoire!

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  34. Hi, This is Olivier frm Kigali , I saw U hv TGKs 2nd generation that’s really good idea but how can we know them very well? can u upload their pics and names here if possible ? thx I lv u so much nice moments to u all

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    • Olivier, we’re preparing all the new information and it will be on the website as soon as we can get it there. Thanks so much for your patience and support.

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      • Jina langu ni Sarafina lakini mimi huenda na sarah mimi ni shabiki wako mkubwa na ninataka siku moja tunaweza kukutana katika uganda ninyi watu wanafanya kazi nzuri na choreography yako ninakufuata ninyi kwenye instagram na natumaini ninyi mnaweza kufuata nyuma, Mungu abariki

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        • Thank you so much, Sarah, for your support.

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  35. I’m so glad to meet you Triplets Ghetto Kids. I love this group and I support your initiative, but I don’t know well English language, then I can some time to speak with you in my language “French”. I want to have full information about you.

    Merci d’etre là, je vous aime les triplets.
    Je suis Ancilla de la République Démocratique du Congo, Goma ville (town).

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    • Ancilla, merci pour ta message. Pour ta propre protection, nous ne publierons pas tes informations personnelles – ton email etc.- sur notre site (the management). Thank you so much for your support and encouragement. Peace and love!

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  36. You guys are great! I love how you dance to the beats, particularly the “Kadondo dance”. Plus the latest song featuring Shuga (Yamba-help the street kids). The song really has very touching information. Keep up with the good work!!

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    • Thank you so much for your kind message!!! We really appreciate the support, it drives us forward.

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      • I love ya all. Everyone of u are amazing. When I’m having a bad day watching and listening to your videos really lightens up my day. On my good days which are many I just plan love and enjoy all of u. God Bless all of u now and always 💜✝💜

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        • Thank you so much for your kind words and blessings. God bless.

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  37. Hey guys I’ve been following you guys since 2015 and I have to say you guys are amazing dancers,i love you guys so much and May god bless you.And I have a huge crush on Ronnie cause he’s just so cute and so handsome don’t tell him I said that lol.

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    • Thanks for your message, Victoria!! I think you just told him yourself!! 😉

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      • (Laughs)

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  38. Hey guys my name is ronesha and am from trinidad i watch every video that u guys put up and i actually no all ur dances ik crazy rite i would really love to travel to uganda one day and meet you guys its a dream of mind. Am 17 years old i little older than a few of u but i just want to say I LOVE YOU ALL, especially Ada and Fred u guys are like WOW!!!!!! and patricia,nyangoma and little adorable ashley i love u girls show them who is boss. Anyway i wish u guys all the best in the near future <3 <3 love always.

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    • Thanks so much Ronesha!!! We really appreciate the support and love of every single person who loves us. Thank you. Let’s see what the future holds!

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  39. Hello, guys, i wanted to ask if you guys can post some of the song’s lyrics online because I am in Tx and some of my American friends would like to learn the songs but they can´t unless they can try reading it, please
    Love you all
    Love you, Fred, Love you Patricia and I like the way you dance.

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    • Hello there! Well, so far we have just 1 of our songs online and we hope to follow up with more as soon as we get the chance!

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  40. Hi guys, I’m from the U.S and I watch you guys but I am actually you guys neighbor by countries because I am from Kenya, and Uganda seems like a cool place to go. Just have to say I love that you guys dance to show your country’s pride and OMG you guys can dance. Btw you girls are so beautiful and so are the and my name is also Ashley. TBH I think Fred is cute. And I have a question who are the siblings in the group. Hope you guys read. R.I.P Alex 🙏🏾❤️

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    • Hey Ashley, nice to meet you! Thanks so much for your message for Alex. You can see on our page the ones who are siblings

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  41. Hey Triplets Ghetto Kids, this is Anthony From Toronto Ontario Canada. You all rock, Unforgettable is the most addictive song right now, taken over worldwide, but I watch the version that has all of u dancing from 2 years ago. I follow some of few on facebook, plus I was very sad wen I heard about what happened to Alex, may he rest in peace! You all got talent, your doing big things, & I’m honored to know about all of you. Take care & God bless!!!

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    • Thanks so much Anthony! We really appreciate your support.

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  42. Simply amazing! I would stop there but I have so much more to say. First off, in my house we see your beautiful faces every single day, sometimes 5 or 6 times a day. My 2yr old son is addicted. We all are. We are sorry for your loss of your loved one Alex, and Patricia—keep doing your thing mama. We are watching all of you from Atlanta, GA, USA —Love you guys always and keep making our world beautiful. Send me an email and I will send a video of the family vibing to you all. That’s how we do! Definitely UNFORGETTABLE!!!

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    • Thanks so much for your kind message and all your support. It gives us a lot of strength.

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  43. Happy Birthday to You Nyangoma all the way from U.S.A
    MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY..
    #TGK

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    • thank you!

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      • Thank you Triplets Ghetto Kids you guys are really good dancers and that inspired me to love to dance

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        • fantastic!!!

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  44. Wow!
    You are all amazing!! You all make me want to just dance and keep dancing ! Haha… I can’t stop watching any and every video i can find that has you dancing in it ..
    A Huge inspiration to anybody that gets the privilege of watching you’s perform! I hope one day i get to see you all dance in real life … Dream big, you will succeed!!

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    • Thanks so much, Nicole!!! We desire every happiness for you!

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  45. Hamjambo guys i just want to wish the best may god be with you in all you do . I always have a dream of helping you guys, but i’m only 14 and i have the same Birthday as Ada
    Ndugu kuunganisha nami pamoja nawe ili tuadhimishe siku za kuzaliwa pamoja

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    • Thanks so much for your message, your support and for sharing the love with your friends 🙂

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  46. I love you Ada,Ronnie,Man King,Patrica,Nyogoma,Ashley,
    Kokoday,Fred,Isaac

    I think Ada,Ronnie,Patrica,Nyogoma and Ashley are the best dancers

    God bless you TGK

    I will always love you TGK❤️💜💙

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    • thank you so much!

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      • Love you all

        Ada,isaac and Patricia continue working hard in your education.
        Am also a double orphan and because of
        God mercies and hardwork am at the second highest university in Zambia (copperbelt university) and government is sponsoring me.If God can do it for me why not you???
        I also encourage other TGK members to also work hard academically.
        Love you all
        God bless you!!!

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        • Thanks so much for your message and your kind words. Your determination and motivation are truly admirable and we all hope you continue to do well and be a light for others around you.

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  47. I watched your videos, and you all dance great. Hopefully, i will meet you one day love you may God bless and protect you above all. please contact me through my email be blessed !

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    • Thank you so much!! 🙂

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  48. TBH I WATCH UR DANCE VIDS EVERY SINGLE DAY AND EVERY HOUR AND I MEAN IT….SMH IT WOULD BE A PLEASURE TO MEET U GUYS….REMEMBER THE DANCE VID Y’ALL DID WITH @ SHERRIE SILVER? I LOVE THAT ONE AND ITS LIKE IM JUST ADDICTED TO IT….I ONLY WATCH U GUYS ON TV, YOUTUBE AND ETC….💜 AND LOL MY SISTERS GET ANNOYED BY IT😂😂😂😂😂 BUT FOR ME IF I DONT WATCH UR VIDS EVERYDAY I FEEL LIKE IMA GO CRAZY AND ALL…..IM UR NUMBER#1 FAN LIKE FR😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍
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    • And Fred…..ur really cute 😳😍💚💜💓💖💙💗💘💟❤

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      • 😉

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    • Thanks for your kind message and for the artwork! We really appreciate these gestures.

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  49. Hi guys am yvonne and I love ghetto kids so much 😍 ❤❤

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    • Thanks so much, Yvonne!! Appreciate it 🙂

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  50. I love you all for what you do and I can’t weight to see you guys you all the the best 😍😗 fred I ❤ you so much I hope you say something back

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    • Thanks so much! 😉

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  51. Triplets Ghetto Kids, how are u all? Im Anthony aka Sonny, I live in Toronto Ontario Canada, & im a huge fan. I only learned about who u all are when i watched the French Montana music video Unforgettable, but more importantly, the same song but for the Uganda kids dance video. I watch that video every single day on youtube, & all of u are very talented. I was very sad to hear about Alex passing away, but hes in a better place & looking down on all of u. God bless u all & Triple Ghetto Kids 4 life!

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    • Thank you so much for your message, Anthony, and welcome to our TGK family! We appreciate your support and the support of all the people who have made all this possible.

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      • No problem & your welcome Triplets Ghetto Kids!!!

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  52. Hello from SC…Seeing where u guys have come from u’ve given so many kids great hope and admiration to make something of themselves…To push themselves to over come humongous obstacles embrace them and run with them..no one ever said where u come from has to define u..but the person u choose to “become” and the attitude u obtain “will”…Continue to push forward, and Strive for nothing but the best!!U all definetly deserve it..Best regards F.S. a very proud spectator😁

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    • Thank you so much! You’re absolutely right and we are delighted to be inspiring so many kids around the world to dream higher

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  53. Happy birthday Isaac and happy birthday ada I love you guys that’T why I am wish you are happens birthday love you all ghetto kids I am devota your fan I like to which you now videos is so good do not give Up okay love you…

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    • Thank you and sorry for the late reply!!! It’s been hectic!

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      • hi i love u guys so much im from the united states and im 18 i like ada he is cute 🙂 and u guys are so talented please reply i saw u guys in unforgettable with french montana #teamtriplets i might come to uganda cause i want to learn some of your dance moves

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        • thanks so much for your kind words!!

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  54. Happy birthday Isaac!!!

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    • Best wishes!!!

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      • thanks!

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        • Hi I am Gillian from Trinidad that is in the Caribbean, and a parent of teenagers who love you guys, I want to say you all are amazing, stay grounded don’t let this crazy world infiltrate you, don’t get caught up in drugs like most celebrities we don’t want to be reading any sad stories about you guys in the future. Stay blessed.

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          • Thanks so much for your concern, Gillian. We appreciate it all. Ticha is taking good care of us so that we stay away from the dangers of our new life. Blessings follow you.

    • Thank you!!

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    • I look at your Instagram and Facebook 24/7 and me and my Squad chased your limo we also saw you at church ,Sons of Italy ,and I was one the other groups peformers and I was the girl did Sampo by myself and everyone cheered for me especially my Mom we really miss you and we watch your videos all the time and I think You guys are the best dancers in the world especially Ronnie and Nyangoma and Patricia .I love you so so so so much and I hope Anita and Aban come next time .Please stay longer next time because I want to get to become very very very good friends. Plus I heard you arrived back at my country I glad you got your wish to be celebrated in a Fantastic way

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      • Thanks so much!!!! We all really appreciate your kindness and support 🙂

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    • Hey guys it’s me again jermia I forgot to say I am ugandan for you I want to say keep doing what you are doing and just keep loving god and make Uganda 🇺🇬 great love ❤️ you guys god bless you family always my brother and sisters

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      • Great, Jermia, keep doing your thing!! 🙂

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      • Thank you my family and you keep doing you to everything you do god see and he loves you guys for who ya’ll are and I love you guys so much because ya’ll are my family ya’ll that are reason that the is world is going in action just keep doing good and god bless you guys and thank you so much

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        • Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the trouble to write to us. Your message was perfectly clear! 😉

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        • Hi guys my brothers and sisters good job on the videos keep making more and I hope some day god bless you guys and Africa for wat you do thank you for making me feel like a real person Ugandan now thanks so much good bless you and teacher

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          • Thanks so much! We really appreciate your support and your message, they do a lot for us. God blesses us every day, we have no doubt about that, and we know that God loves Africa and Uganda. God bless you, too.

      • Whats up my brother and sisters I would just like to say I love you guys so much keep up the good work for our people in our home town Uganda thank you God bless you

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        • Thank you so much! We will never stop!

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      • Sorry forgot to say family always

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  55. I live in Boston ma and me and my girlfriend love you guys, any chance we can see you guys perform around here

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    • That’s cool, Ernest, thanks for the love. There’s always a chance, check out our Facebooks, Insta for info

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  56. Hey guys I love you all and I would like to tell you that you’re the best I like to watch your videos , I like your Danse so I want to know if Patricia and Nyangoma are sister’s like same parents ? Thanks you I’m from Congo/ Drc

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    • Thanks very much!!! Sisters yes but not the same parents 😉

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  57. I really admire the entire group but as a lady I have special love for the young ladies in the group. Shot out to Ms Patricia, you go girl !!!!! Do your thang, you got rhythm and talent. Use it to educate yourself and be strong to show the other little girls how to make it in this world with talent. Not just beauty. You are beautiful and talented. Don’t believe anything else!

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    • Thank you so much for your love and your kind words for the girls. We appreciate it!!

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  58. Hello Triplets Ghetto Kids!

    I love you so much and you are such an inspiration to all of us watching you. I first discovered you in the Sitya Loss music video with Eddie Kenzo; oh how I am so glad I did. Thank you for being yourselves and having positive attitudes through it all. Your personalities and stories shine through your music videos and dances and that is what it’s all about: sharing stories and inspiring.
    Anyways I hope to meet you one day. Oh and I have to say Kokode has the greatest and most contagious smile of all 😉
    By the way, I have a question: why is the foundation called Triplets? Are there three twin brothers in the group? Just curiosity.

    Much love and respect,
    SA

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    • Hey thanks very much for your message and support and your kind words for Kokode. We chose Triplets right at the beginning to talk about our triple identity: Dance, drama and music

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  59. I want to meet you brother and sister of Uganda you are my family and I love you and I hope to dance with you

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    • Thank you so much, yes, family always!

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      • I’m African and bruh y’all inspire me….I’m only 13 and I wish u guys the best!!!!
        Everyone around guinea conakry admires u guys😍😍😍😍……and um I’m kinda crushing on one y’all 😳 ( triplets )…..

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        • Thank you so much and big love to Guinea Conakry

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  60. Hey I wish da best from our God in heven am Suzan in Oman working as house maid but am a Ugandan I hv long story to tell u about my family but am not good in English I will send my watsapp If I want to ear it but it very send May be u will get a song in or your sponsor write a book in it and i want to tell it in luganda of u interested one will send me a msg on instagram.

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    • Thank you very much for your message and your story. We appreciate

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  61. hlo ghetto kids i rilly lyk ur music plus ur dance movies. BIG UP TOO U.

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    • thank you so much!!

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  62. Hello management,
    Can you please publicly address and debunk the rumour that Patricia is pregnant. People need to stop talking about it because it will affect that little girl’s mind. she is young and should be protected by management and not be subjected to this kind of treatment. My worry is that she will see the things people are talking about and it will affect her emotionally. I understand that as you get more famous it will be hard to address every single rumour. But these are kids, so special precaution needs to be taken, especially in this case.
    We love you Patricia, stay strong love.

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    • Thank you for your concern, we have addressed and corrected this rumour in a global release via the social media and other media. Thanks again.

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  63. Hej am Linnet from Uganda but live in Sweden, I love your videos they are great and keep up the good work guys. I also wanted to start dancing but it’s kinda hard, Wish to meet y’all when i come to UG if possible but love y’all and may god bless you <3

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    • Yeah, it’s a hard discipline to keep and takes a lot of perseverance and dedication. But hard work pays.

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  64. Hello triplets? You guys are the best, you inspired me very much. And I just like to be like you. My role models. I want to spread your good example in our country Namibia, to help those kids that are suffering in street with no foods, clothing and shelter. Just like what triplets ghetto kids are doing. May God continue to bless you and to protect you from all evils things. Continue doing the best. I also want to know how to dance and I want triplets to teach me

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    • Thank you for your kind words and for telling us about your desire to help people. We hope you continue to be strong and believe in your contribution to other people. You can do a lot.

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  65. I love you guys……keep going…..hope to meet you one day…can you please come to NAMIBIA…..LOL

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    • Thank you! There are so many places we want to go, let’s hope we can!

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  66. Hi TGK I love the way you guys/girls dance. You guys/girls are very talented and happy belated birthday ada. I also dance at people’s weddings and events and one of my biggest dreams is to see you guys/girls one day.

    I also have a huge crush on Ada we are the same age my birthday is in may.

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    • Thank you so much for your kind words… but hope your crush wasn’t a secret because now everyone will know! 🙂

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  67. I love watching you guys dance I have watched all of your videos and I also dance myself.Happy late birthday Ada.

    ps: I have a big crush on Ada.and my family is from Liberia.

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    • my favorite video is “sampo” me and my brother have learned the whole dance.

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      • Cool!!! The whole dance? Are you going to make a video of the two of you dancing it?

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  68. I love you all. Thank you. I already know Africa is the greatest continent. God bless. Peace and love

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    • Amen! Africa, one love.

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  69. Can I audition to be part of the triplets ghetto kids?

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    • Anything is possible but we don’t really hold auditions right now. But we’re flattered that you ask. You can start your won project, who knows where it might take you, definitely further than you can possibly imagine now.

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  70. Wow.. Yu sure do inspire a lot keep up the hard work.. I love all.. U fo a fantastic job… Love u once more

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    • Thank you so much for all your love!!

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  71. Happy birthday Ada!!! Best wishes on your birthday and every day!!!

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    • Thanks, sorry for the delay posting

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  72. Happy Birthday Ada! May God give you many more years to come and may you just enjoy your day in a very special way, we pray that God will continue to bless you guys and hopefully you guys are having a great time in USA. And may we ask how old are you now?🎊🎉🎂💕

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    • Thank you, USA was incredible. Too much to put into words. Check our birthdays on our bios 😉

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  73. You all are such an inspiration! I loved reading all of your stories! Ashley and I share a birthday 🙂 Libras rock! Keep working at your dreams as they sure will come reality! My daughter and I love watching #Unforgettable!

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    • Cool, nice to meet you and thanks for your message!

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  74. On no. Ananaana. Can I just ask you something. I go on the youtube and I saw that they is the men that who want to marry Patricia is that really. Omg. god bless Patricia and you all I really love you guys you are the best I love you so much god bless you all. From devota

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    • There is always gossip around public figures and we can assure you that this has not come from any of us so it’s aways a good idea to check with official sources (our social networks or our website).

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  75. I love watching your videos especially whenever i’m having a bad day… Also, i love to see ada dance( and he’s soo cute ) I love your dance group, keep up the good work . Wish y’all could come to jamaica one of these days ❤ Tell ada i said hi ❤

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    • Thank you so much!

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  76. Wow Wow, I loooove you talented people. You indeed are the most real, freshest dance crew; so jolly and put your whole in your moves. Thanks to ticha-manager for helping you get up but above all thanks to God for the talents he bestowed upon you. May God keep taking you places. 🙂

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    • Thank you so much for your mind message!!

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  77. You guys you made it to really if I may ask Mr kavuma to teach also old people like me and we also make it to blast

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    • 😉

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      • Hello guys, i just want too say you guys are really good to at dancing and i watching u guys dancing evert single day, Love u guys (Fred is my favorit and Fred are handsome:) )
        How old are Fred?

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        • Thank you so much, Fred is blushing!! 🙂

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    • Ada and Fred I can’t get enough of you guys, I wanna dance along with you,but in general, Triplets ghetto kids you are amazing, love you all, too much love 😍 from me.

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      • Thanks so much for all the love!

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  78. Love you @tripletsghettokids😙😙😙😙😙😙😙!Never stop dreaming create the future that you guys want…wish to met you guys one day.

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    • Thank you so much, we hope so

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  79. Hey guys, James here from Artlawyer Kenya. i have been a keen follower of the Ghetto kids from way back until i moved on to be a director of a company working with artists. We hope to work together.. good job and keep lighting up East Africa

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    • Thank you so much, James!!! 🙂

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        • Hi Ed

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  80. Can I put you photos to my Instagram?

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    • You can yes, please just try and keep any of the original artwork and photographs as they are out of respect for the original artist. Thank you very much.

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  81. I love the triplet ghetto kids, all of you are great dancers and I really enjoy watching your videos ( Ada is the best dancer )

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    • thank you so much!!

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    • Hi I watched your performance yesterday and I loved is also I have the same birthday as ada whom is one of my favorites

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      • Wow! Thank you so much!!! 🙂

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  82. Mis amores, deseo que todos sus sueños se realicen, todos todos todos son hermosos y transmiten mucha dulzura, que Dios les de vida y salud, y lleguen a convertirse en hombres y mujeres de bien. besos y abrazos para ustedes

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    • thank you so much!

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  83. I have just loved watching you guys perform, you are all so beautiful and so incredible at dancing. Your beautiful souls shine right through your smiles, my twin 6 year old boys just love to watch you guys perform in the “Unforgettable” music video. They love your creative dancing as much as I do. Keep up the amazing work and god bless you all! <3 from Canada.

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    • Thank you so much, Julia and your twin boys!! We’re happy to dance for you

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  84. Hola, un saludo desde la ciudad de Medellin, COLOMBIA!
    Admiro su talento, estoy enamorada de ADA!

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    • Thank you so much, Yarina!!! 🙂

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  85. Hellooo This is Olivier, I would like to know if there are two Isaac in TGK bcz someone on fb told me that is Isaac bro to Alex thanks.

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    • Alex’s little brother Isaac is, of course, part of our family and part of the Foundation, yes. You will see him on Facebook, he’s very active on the social networks

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      • Thank u

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  86. hey guys!
    I’m rabia
    Im from , togo, ghana and nigeria

    I love your videos so much I watch them like 5 times each or more.

    I’m a huge fan, I even show your videos to my whole family!!!!

    Happy july 4th

    PS: Im also a biug fan of patricia and ada, though I think everyone is just as great!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I wish you guys the very best future!!!!

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    • Than you so much, Rabia!!

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  87. Hello watu wangu
    My name is Chatii and I am your neighbour across here in Kenya….
    I love the way you guys dance and change how people perceive mama Africa out there…
    I made something small for you pals, hope you like it

    TRIPLETS
    So young yet so courageous
    Brave as zimba, strong as simba
    Your moves so marvelous
    I love the way mnaimba
    So great yet so humble
    Cursed is anything that makes yo stumble
    May blessings drench you from all inlets
    Hail!!…long live the TRIPLETS!!!
    ©hatii
    ……..
    Somebody give a kiss to That princess Nyangoma for me please..
    Nampenda….asante sana

    I am an upcoming artist…very soon I will shoot a video with you…that is my dream guys

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    • Thank you and the very best of luck and success with your project.

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      • Hey you guys I would love to know what part of africa are you from???!!!! I would love to know in the song kadondo what the boy name who is on left . He is my favorite even thought all of you are my favorite.

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        • Thanks, well, it isn’t often people ask us which country we’re from. Most of the time they already know. We’re from Uganda! In the Wedding dance version of “Kadondo” you might be talking about Fred. Could that be?

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      • I love yall I would love to meet you and learn some dance moves. Please hit me up asap

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        • Thanks very much!!! 😀

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  88. Hello ghetto kids weldone and keep up the good work really miss Alex

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    • Thank you so much 🙂

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  89. is nygoma and Ronnie sister and brother On Hi I wish you all the best to America and you are the best dance may god bless you all

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    • Thank you so much! In reality, we’re all brothers and sisters even if we don’t all have the same parents 😉

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  90. You kids are amazing, you are gifted with a God giving talent that can’t be denied and no doubt if you continue to trust God and dedicate yourselves to your craft you will succeed. I was hooked from the first Video. The Performance on BET Awards was amazing
    Sending Love all the way From AMERICA..
    God Bless AFRICA

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    • Thanks so much Brandon! So glad you’re enjoying our work. God bless you

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  91. Love all of you’ll. Keep on dancing and singing l have watch all of the videos

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    • Thank you so much for your support and dedication.

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  92. My friends…my brothers…my sisters…you are my heroes! I feel the happyness and love through your dancing.
    I can’t stop watching the way you all dance and the smiles I see make me want to jump up and dance with you. God is great and I hope one day I am able to meet you.
    Live on and live long my friends.

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    • Thank you so much, Abdul, we share your happiness!!!

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  93. Ada my sister likes you. And she watch all yall videos. She thinks your cute. And you know how to dance. Her name is Elouneda.

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    • 🙂 Thanks to both of you!

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  94. Hi I’m Dona and African I’m from Ghana, Togo, and Benin but I am in America right now and I want to meet you and dance you guys.

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    • Thanks Dona, great to meet you!

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  95. guys you are really great and i really wish to join u.

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    • thanks very much for your kind message

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  96. Hi it’s Alfreda,Alitha,and Beauty. We love you guys soooo much. We love your dancing and we hope to meet you guys some day!💕🔐#TGK ON TOP

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    • Thanks to the three of you!! 🙂

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  97. Hi guys I just watched your new video and I am in LOOOVE with it😚. Do u have any advice for people who want to make there own dance group?
    P.s. do u guys have a Snapchat?

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    • Hello there, so glad you enjoyed the video. Our advice is to go for it! You won’t lose anything by trying but you may regret not having tried if you don’t. Experience is the best teacher. 🙂

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  98. Patrica I have the same dream as you . Yo be a fashion designer here in the U.K. And I am from Uganda just like you 👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾🙂

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    • great!! Then let’s see if these dreams become realities!

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  99. Happy birthday Anita and happy man king much love to you all may god bless you ghetto kids love you I love you so much they is know one like you guys you are the best dance I love you so much by devota

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    • Thanks so much!

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  100. Thanks to all of you for inspiring me! You all are doing a great deed for the world! It’s so much violence going on with our youth today and I pray that you all will be the role models these kids need.. God Bless you all!

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    • Thank you so much!! We appreciate your kind words and sentiments.

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  101. Hello my friends I am Amadeu, I am from São Tomé and Principe, I start to love you from the Eddy Kenzo video “sitya Loss” since that i start to follow you and know more, i love all your video, the way you dance, your country also, i have a dream to know all of you personaly and and take even one picture to never forget, to be “Unforgetable” i hope that my dream could be real, Hugs and love from São Tomé and Príncipe, God Bless al of you, keep in this way.

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    • Thank you very much for you message, support and kindness. Let’s hope these things happen 🙂

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  102. Watched “Unforgettable” for the 20th times and you guys are incredible!!! I would really love to come see you dance in Uganda and meet all your family and community
    Lots of love to you all, keep up with the amazing work <3

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    • Thank you so much, Celine! We appreciate your comment and your love. 😉

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      • How old is Nyagoma
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        • As you can see, her birthday is in September and she will be 10 this year.

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  103. Keep up the work:) big love from Boston,MA

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    • Thank you, big love to Boston from Kampala 🙂

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  104. Hey there!
    First of all great work boys and girls, keep it up!!

    @Man King; I have to ask: Where did you get this dope Donald Duck Hoodie from? I can’t find it nowhere on the internet. 🙂

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    • Thanks Alex, but, yeah, it’s very hard to find 🙁

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  105. I really like the way u dance guyz !! am from Rwanda and i like to watch yr videos every time i am relaxing..keep conquering the world and be blessed alot for making us enjoying this world!! Keep going forward!!

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    • Thanks so much, Oliver. We’re family 🙂

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  106. Triplets Ghetto Kids and Eddy Kenzo are my idols, I really love they! I meet Adda, Fred and Jose Wizzi. I wish someday meet all! I love all you 😍❤👏

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    • Thank you so much for all your love and support 🙂

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  107. Hello guys , I lv u so much & I like your videos n how u dance so blessing from the Lord be with u
    I hope one day we will meet ~Olivier from Rwanda

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    • We hope so too, Oliver

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  108. All of you are really inspiring and I’m a big fan. Greetings from America! Keep doing what your doing I love watching all of the dance videos!

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    • Thank you so much for your message and for your support and enthusiasm

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  109. Can you please follow me on Instagram

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    • Ticha handles our TGK official Insta, with some help when he’s got too much work. It’s difficult for us to handle personal requests like that on the social networks

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      • Ghetto kids i love you’s so much, you’all the best and remember when yous came to OLD KAMPALA PRIMARY SCHOOL I WAS THERE when you where dancing with Alex i think Patricia was 9 or 8 because we are the same age with patricia this is my gmail if you want to talk more

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        • thanks for sharing the memory! That was a long time ago and was something very special.

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  110. Ghetto kids i love you’s so much, you’all the best and remember when yous came to OLD KAMPALA PRIMARY SCHOOL I WAS THERE when you where dancing with Alex i think Patricia was 9 or 8 because we are the same age with patricia this is my gmail if you want to talk more

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    • Yeah! Thanks for your message. We won’t publish your email publicly on our site so you don’t get any unwanted messages. Stay blessed.

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  111. I think mood became my favorite song… Lol like am so obsessed with it…. I love it… even tho I don’t understand most of it.. plus there isn’t much of kokode in but the little I see I just love his smile more <3 so handsome

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    • Thanks so much, that’s great. “Everybody’s in the mood”. We hope to have the lyrics up on the website soon!

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  112. hey y’all i’m rahma i’m in america i’m happy to know you guys
    you are good dancers i love u y’all

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    • Thank you so much for your love and support, we really appreciate!

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      • Thank you Eddy kenzo for teaching​ triplets ghetto and I like how you dance and we love you guys so much and I am from Kampala Uganda now I am in united State of America and me to i am music producer thanks again

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        • Thanks very much for your message, we’re delighted to receive your support. Yes, we owe a lot to Eddy Kenzo for all his support and his music. It’s Kavuma who taught us how to dance. We owe him the greatest thanks. All the best in the US with your music career:)

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  113. I Jast want to ask. You somoting how lod are you Fred and ada and Ronnie and Patrice you are tooking with Devota

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    • You can see the birthdays in each section, they’re all just right 🙂

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  114. Hi,its me again I love you so much ghetto kids my name is Yvonne I was born in June 3 2003 so I want to say hi to all ghetto kids I want to ask you if you know the school which Is called Uganda matters it was my favorite school I hope one day I will come back to Uganda I missed Uganda so much I love you videos and your dancing I love you message from USA

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    • Thanks so much! 🙂

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  115. Is Nyangoma 9 years old

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    • yes

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  116. Hi guys!!
    I’m Gladness, I’m African to but I’m not from Uganda, I’m very happy to meet you and I hope you will read my comment, I’m living in Tanzania. May God opens you the right doors. I really love you guys, you are all great Dancers, I really really really love your videos, Also when are you coming to Tanzania???
    I would like to see you live. Say Hi to all member (Ghetho Kids). Please don’t forget to kiss Ashely I like that kid the way she dance

    Say Hi to Eddy Kenzo and tell her I really love him

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    • With pleasure Gladness, thank you so much for your comment and all your greetings

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  117. You wen you are dancing your smil is so beautiful you are kind

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  118. Ok thank you so friends

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  119. Hello friends I like dancing and singing too and I wish I can be A dancing like you

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    • Anything is possible if you work at it, Lucy 🙂

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        • Thanks

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  120. Hola. Saludos a Fred, Patricia, Ada, Manking, Ronie, Isaac, Ashley, CoKode Y todos los miembros del grupo, Felicitaciones por mantener viva su esencia, su cotidianidad y mostrarle al mundo la grandeza de su talento. No dejen de mostrarnos todo lo que tienen y Que Dios los Mantenga unidos.
    Jesús Fuentes.
    Colombia

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    • Thank you very much, Jesus! 🙂

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  121. Thank you so much for replying back I really do appreciate it…tou have no idea!!!❤❤ much love.

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    • Thanks 🙂

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  122. Hi guys! Im so inspired by your work every person on the ghetto kids brings something fantastic and thats what i love about it..Please keep dancing and NEVER stip..stop..
    P.s. Tell Fred I said Hi!

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    • Thank you very much Nadia, we’re delighted that you enjoy it so much. Fred says thanks 🙂