République démocratique du Congo Art

République démocratique du Congo artRépublique démocratique du Congo bandes dessinées. C’est l’histoire d’une Princes, (princes Kabibi) tomber en amour avec une danseuse. Princes Kabibi n’est pas timide au sujet de son amour pour un danseur.


 

This comic concept is a bout a Princes  falling in love with a local  boy-the two have something in common, the love for dancing Kibasa Dance.Princes Kabibi uses her feminine charms to win local boy, Papa Tonto. But Papa Tonto, in-spite of being a great showman on the dancing floor, he’s got a very shy heart.

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The problem with Papa Tonto, is his contagious funny side that keeps Prices Kabibi stalking him.

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The dancing skills of Princes Kabibi, earned her a leopard gown that was won by Queen Nzinga, while fighting Portuguese invaders of Kongo Kingdom.
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Papa Tonto, seems to have accidentaly mentioned hisl love for Princes Kabibi…

République démocratique du Congo art
République démocratique du Congo art
République démocratique du Congo art

Apparently,Princes Kabibi is being stalked by a Tanzania Music Promoter of Sharobaro Music Production.

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Princes Kabibi has made it perfect that she’s going to advertise her lover…
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When You get back from your holidays, remember to come and see what happened to Princes Kabibi. Did she dump Papa Tonto for the Tanzanian Music Promoter??

The one thing I’ve observed with Tanzania, is the raw talent in abundance. I could say many Tanzanians are very artistic in different ways.
However, that talent is not being supported by the state as a resource for the nation.
This is causing a culture of confusion and loss among the youth-thus, everyone wants to be a Sharobaro(American wannabe)
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Maybe some people have a different definition :

A Sharobaro, is a young man who heavily relies on their mother or their girlfriend or even possibly their grandmother. A sharobaro also dresses in westernised clothes and is obsessed with Western culture …he does not work and cares far too much about his appearance and is quite feminine too.

Khadija Kopa
Tanzania Art

Tanzania Art

Tanzania Art

Tanzania Art

Tanzania Art

Tanzania Art
Art de la République démocratique du Congo sera un jour dominer le monde

joram jojo

 

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