Friday, September 18 2009
The first pole dancing in Uganda was witnessed yesterday at Silk Ocean. The gates opened at 7:00pm and the show kicked off at 9:00pm with Candy Winers Entertainers. There after the girls started coming one by one.
The crowd would cheer up those that could move up the pole and slide all the way down coupled with those who were dancing in a sexy way. The costumes were two piece and net leggings.
Grace Nakimera’s Kawonawo and Cindy’s Ayokyayokya were some of the tracks used for pole dancing. “Kawonawo” has that slow beat which blends well with pole dancing where as the “Ayokyayokya” beat rhymes with body shaking.
Later, the show shifted to the audience. Guests were invited to try out their pole dancing techniques and one lady volunteered but clearly shunned the pole. She won herself a rose but another guest who is believed to be an infinity dancer in a black short dress and yellow whatever came up and actually danced a lot better than the official pole dancing girls clearly telling management what they were supposed to do. She won herself a wine bottle courtesy of Muyenga Wine Garage who sponsored the show.
It was time for the men to show us their pole dancing strokes and the crowd was very quick at shouting Kudu Kudu Kudu…who did not object. Incidentally Kudu is a pro when it comes to pole dancing because he proved he was capable as one of the pole dancers joined him to do the pole thing. Kudu is a comedian as well as a presenter at 94.8 Vision based radio.
The first show ended at about 11:30pm as the next show was to kick off at midnight plus with the pole dancers interacting with the guests. Pole dancing is here to stay and it will be happening every last Thursday of the month.
No photographs were allowed so we don’t have any pictorial reports but you can still catch up with the lingerie show which was held the previous Thursday.
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