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    Americans who want to be African 

    Some American celebrities have expressed their love for Africa in more ways than one, and the number seems to be increasing. Some of them even call South Africa their second home. 

    See examples below: 

    Chris Brown: 

    Breezy can be easily mistaken for a South African at this point because in most of his recent dance videos, he’s pulling Amapiano dance moves. 


    Chris has graced us this year with many scenes of him dancing to Amapiano like a G.O.A.T???????????????? Watch the full clip to unlock all the dance moves he used in Dubai???????????? #chrisbrown #chrisbrownamapiano #amapiano #amapianodance #dubai #blackfuturefrequencynews #blackfuturefrequency #amapianodancechallenge @chrisbrownofficial

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    Teyana Taylor: 

    The star has been spotted in South Africa a couple of times now, and her recent visit was in December 2023 where she was hanging out with our very own, Nadia Nakai in Cape Town. 

    Americans who want to be African , EntertainmentSA News South Africa

    Anthony Hamilton: 

    The singing sensation told Entertainment SA the last time he was visiting that Mzansi has become his second home, and he even has a Zulu name, Mzwandile. He has collaborated with South African musicians as well.

    Kelly Roland: 

    Not only has Kelly Rowland visited South Africa, but she has also been part of local campaigns and she also appeared on Thando Thabethe’s reality show. She expressed that she loves SA women. 

    Idris Elba: 

    After playing the lead role for Nelson Mandela’s documentary, long walk to freedom, Alba said he loves Africa in general, but he’s got a special love for South Africa.

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