Truly a sad state of affairs for the Kizomba dance and all it's cultural attachments, when people that have no clue of it's roots are given platforms such as this blog to squirt out erroneous information depicting Kizomba in such a untruthful fashion.
Angolans wake up and claim what's yours, don't wait for others with lesser cultures to own what is yours and then kick and scream when it's already claimed by charlatans and band wagon chasers.
Don't allow history to repeat itself again.
You are being stripped of your culture only to see it dragged around in mud.
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