The Triplets Ghetto Kids’ Golden Buzzer Performance at BOT

The Triplets Ghetto Kids from Uganda on stage at Britain's Got Talent

The Triplets Ghetto Kids yesterday experienced a night to remember after their performance  on Britain’s Got Talent prompted judge Bruno to hit the golden buzzer midway their act. Fellow judge Simon Cowell mentioned that, it was historical because they have never had anyone get a Golden buzzer midway a performance.

With the whole world at their feet, they began by thanking their caretaker whom they call dad Mr. Kavuma Dauda who is responsible for getting them off the streets and turning them into dancing sensations and in the same way managing to raise money to facilitate their school fees and feeding.

Congratulatory worlds started to flow especially from the big wigs in the entertainment industry in Uganda for instance;

Eddy Kenzo said “Dreams come true, we thank God for this milestone, Mr Kavuma Dauda and The Triplets Ghetto Kids God is great”

Bobi Wine; “The Ghetto Kids make the word GHETTO sound like the best word in the dictionary. The ghetto is proud of you. Uganda, Africa, and the rest of the world are so proud of you. My greatest congratulations to you our dear GHETTO KIDS”

Who are the Triplets Ghetto Kids?

The Triplets Ghetto Kids, also known as the Ghetto Kids, are a dance group from Uganda. The group was founded in 2014 by a Ugandan dancer and choreographer named Kavuma Dauda, who goes by the name “Tripple D.” The group is made up of children and young adults from the Katwe slum in Kampala, Uganda.

The group gained international recognition in 2014 when they appeared in the music video for the song “Unforgettable” by French Montana featuring Swae Lee. The video was shot in Uganda and featured the Ghetto Kids showcasing their dance skills.

Since then, the Ghetto Kids have gone on to perform with other international artists such as Wizkid, Chris Brown, and Eddy Kenzo. They have also appeared on television shows such as The Ellen Show and The Late Late Show with James Corden.

The Ghetto Kids use dance as a way to escape the hardships of their daily lives and to spread positivity and hope to their community. They have become an inspiration to many young people in Uganda and around the world.

In addition to dance, the Ghetto Kids are also involved in community outreach programs. They use their platform to advocate for issues such as education, healthcare, and poverty reduction in their community.

The Ghetto Kids are the latest to get people allover the world know about Uganda. Their performance at the Britain’s Got Talent not only wowed the judges but all the people in the audience were swept off their feet seeing these young kids before their dances with enthusiasm. They also had a 5 year old as one of the performers something that was as incredible as it could be.