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Tip Swizzy's Squat-Stand dance rips his shorts apart

Tip Swizzy performing at the B2C Concert and iset is the shorts that gave way

Tip Swizzy performing at the B2C Concert and iset is the shorts that gave way

10 Sep 2018 11:45 PM @ugandaonline

Tip Swizzy has his optional dance that requires him to squat and stand while performing, it has now become a must perform every time he is armed with a microphone, it's no longer an optional dance.

The former Big Talent singer and now of the Helicopter Entertainment, Nicholas Mukalazi, popularly known as Tip Swizzy was one of the artists that performed at the B2C maiden concert that was held at the Entebbe road based, Freedom City.


Tip Swizzy's performance was one of the highlights for the concert.

His hit song 'Squat, Stand' also known as 'Optional Dance' was the song he was performing, and because of its title, Swizzy had to do just that, squatting and standing.

But this time around, the squatting was way too much for his fit to size Kitengi short, it gave way as it couldn't stand the pressure, it gave way, exposing his yellow pants.

Swizzy's shorts giving way, did not in any way affect his performance, he even performed better as he thought the wild cheering was for his dance moves, but the fans, mostly slay queens were celebrating the yellow pant that kept on flashing every time he went down.

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