If you are active on social media then you have definitely come across the #Kupechallenge.
A growing dance routine that has permeated across borders credited as the brainchild of Ghanaian dance instructor, Incredible Zigi.
While everyone else is probably enjoying the catchy Kapa beats, women in Kenya are drooling over four French men seen in a video doing the challenge.
In a post made by one Waruguru wa Kiai that has since gone viral with over nine hundred comments and thousands of likes, women are flooding the page wanting a piece of the four hunks.
Waruguru humorously described the men in the video in a manner that captured the attention of most women by putting in context the men's stunning looks, candy faces and chiselled masculin frames.
The comments section told it all with several agreeing with her that the ‘See fine fine tings conference’ was officially in session!
First off there is @habituetoi. His face has been splashed on social media from the shores of South Africa, vast lands of Nigeria to the blistering sun of Nairobi. His alluring smile drawing all in.
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Then there is Teddy. Where do we start! He is refined in his fitting outfits like aged wine with a lean body to die for.
Lest we forget the other hunk. Black has never looked so good in a man!
Lastly there is @yoyocp3.
Here is Waruguru's full post…
“So, the internet has been flooding with viral videos of the #kupechallenge, I was not even interested with the videos since I spend most of my time reading inspirational quotes and following Uhuru's international visits.
But because satan has no manners, I found myself watching four fine men dancing zero to a hundred. And since I too, have a masters degree in investigating, gossiping and jumping into conclusions, I swung into action in search of these 'ripe sour porridge'.
Goodness gracious...pauses to fan self.
Went to google search bar and typed 'black men in kupe video', search results came back with nothing. Typed again ' black African men looking like chocolate' still nothing.
Tried again 'black men in video impregnating women' no luck... it is then that my ancestors from my father's side directed me to Instagram. Fam, I had to reactivate my account!
Lord have mercy... pauses to sip anything liquid.
I found them one by one. I clicked on the picture of the first guy and immediately I felt my ovaries shift, I had conceived.
Fam, I need someone to add kerosene in my food like they did in high school, I need an impromtu weekend challenge to deliver me from all the impure thoughts racing in my mind.
Pauses to shake head, Mh! Mh! Mh!
We thank the father' of these men oh! The fathers of these men did not wear tight jeans, thank god!
The fathers of these men did not buy the mothers of these men Guarana and boiled chicken when they went out for dates.
The fathers of these men did not make their women pregnant without paying dowry. The fathers of these men do not recognise Nyakundi as their president!
And the mothers to these fine men did not smile at fossils, the mothers of these men did not dance bendover without 'wandafea', the mothers of these men are all women guild chairladies and none of them has ever appeared in that Ebru TV dating show.
Chei! As Kiharu Mp loves to say, We are Africans and Africa is our business!”