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King Tee Dee and wife model latest Mshasho wear

Couple goals live here!

If you wanna buy you and your significant other something warm as winter is approaching, we ask you to consider the latest Mshasho Wear and look as hot at the Mbwaluhs!

It’s so refreshing and cute to see family businesses thrive. Namibian award-winning artist King Tee Dee is one of our favorite examples of artrepreneurs in Namibia because he just does not stop.

The couple had a magazine cover shoot modeling the latest addition. Without even trying and they nailed it! The couple is also expecting their third child and his fans couldn’t help but notice the bump showing and congratulated them.

Ever since he changed his name and had his last concert as The Dogg, King Tee Dee has been focused on his clothing line and has dropped amazing merchandise. His motto is Mshasho to the world and has been doing everything to take to the brand international.

The wind breakers are red, white and blue in color with Pakamish and Mshasho plastered on them. They are going for N$ 450. Don’t be left out this winter. Get you and bae matching Mshasho jackets today and serve looks!

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