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July 15, 2010

Waka Waka Song in Burmese- Burmese Celebrity’s Attire In Controversy

Filed under: Uncategorized — voaburmese @ 8:16 pm

We all know that the World Cup has ended, but the controversy on Burma’s celebrity, Kae Me Ko’s has not. Once the video leaked on Kae Me Ko’s attire in her music video, people have insinuated her character from the way she danced to the clothing she wears.

What do you think?

Waka Waka Remake Song in Burmese by Kae Me Ko:

Waka Waka Original Song by Shakira:



  1. The way she likes it. My opinion is, better to promote our cultures .

    Comment by MKS — July 27, 2010 @ 4:13 pm | Reply

  2. Well done! What a brilliant and beautiful dancer! It does not matter whatever you choose to dance: traditional Burmese dance or this African dance or classical Western ballet or Egyptian belly dance. If you can do it brilliantly and tastefully, it works. Do not worry about any negative opinion from those who can’t stand seeing Burmese women and girls who are not being bandaged in layers of clothes. Actually many of these hypocrites are secret admirers of naked or semi-naked non-Burmese dancers. Well, we have to get rid of this medieval attitude towards our girls who are young enough to be the same age as our daughters or granddaughters! We can promote our Burmese culture; however, we should not ban our own people (especially females) from choosing whatever they prefer to express themselves artistically. Like the Tiger girls, I wish this very brave girl all the best wishes to become a highly successful international star.

    Comment by Daw Saw — August 4, 2010 @ 9:29 pm | Reply

  3. Dear Daw Saw, if you let them free ,the Myanmar girls will expose most of their private parts. It is true. Even in this strict cultural environment , they are such in eagerness to take whatever opportunity they get to wear lousy dress.Please do not encourage them and otherwise you even would not dare to see them.

    Comment by ko pho — August 9, 2010 @ 4:31 am | Reply

  4. how about my name

    Comment by Mr Naing — September 21, 2010 @ 3:40 pm | Reply

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