Award-winning kwaito artist Martin Morocky, who recently rebranded from being known as The Dogg to King Tee Dee, will host KingTeeDee 250km walk which will be held at different towns in Namibia.
According to KingTeeDee, anyone who is willing to be part of the walk is welcome to join.
“Will you be part of it? You can even do 5 or 10km to your town or from your town, KTD250walk it can be done,” he stated on his social media platforms.
When approached for a comment regarding how possible is the walk and what it is all about, King Tee Dee said that the event will only take place next year, therefore, is unable to comment further.
“I will get back to you when we have all the information ready. The event is only next year,” he stated. Meanwhile, his followers on social media have expressed mixed feelings regarding the walk with some questioning how it will be possible and others saying that they are excited about the initiative.
Aupapa Last said it is a great initiative King. Can we raise awareness on mental illness while we take 250km?” Fillipus Jason said, “Can you take my parcel along?”
Kenny Outis, “250km walk in a second lie what are you saying ano comrade?
Lakutukanyozz, “I’m sure l will make it and lm ready guys.”
Shiwedha Shindodola also said even soldiers cannot afford that long kilometers.”
King TeeDee recently volunteered to have a boxing match initiative Project Never Walk Alone (PNWA) which was meant to raise funds for the shoeless Namibian child. He partnered with PNWA founder, Tim Ekandjo and managed to win the match.
According to the internet, King Tee Dee is considered to be one of the wealthiest artists in Namibia. He earns from his career as a musician but also has businesses. Mshasho Productions, Mshasho Clothing Line and Mshasho Insurance Company.