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Macka DIamond thrills Brixton Academy @one876 @mackadiamond1

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      Dressed in a purple-and-black gladiator costume with knee-length gladiator boots and purple highlights in her hair, Macka Diamond delivered a stunning performance to a packed house at the 'More Life' show at the Brixton Academy 02 this morning in the United Kingdom.

She was at her saucy best during a racy performance that found her interacting with the crowd, male cameramen and enthusiastic male patrons. Hitting the stage with her age-old favourite, Hula Hoop, she immediately got the crowd energised when she invited two women onstage to dance. One of them, a rotund woman with bountiful breasts provided much amusement with her body-jiggling antics.

Macka DIamond attempted to get the cameraman involved in her set but he retreated and walked away laughing. Not content with that, Macka Diamond sent one of her dancers after him. 

"Fluffy go fi him!" she commanded. The rotund woman obliged and trapped the poor cameraman onstage where she wined up on him enthusiatically. There was no escape. The crowd loved every minute of it. 

She then segued neatly into 'Cow Foot' asking all the girls whose "body no have no arthritis and who fa body nah mek no noise" to scream. The girls obliged. She then performed 'Done Already', and earned a forward and pulled up the song. 

Deafening crescendos greeted her when she performed the few first bars of 'Bun Him' and she stopped deejaying as the crowd began to sing the song in unison in one clear voice. Macka Diamond then stopped the riddim and invited two female patrons onstage to attempt to deejay the song, a move that resulted in hilarious results. The crowd loved every minute of it. 

She then did 'Forty and Fabulous' and 'Twist Me' before ending strongly with her mega hit, Dye Dye. She jumped off the stage and interact with her fans and even dancing with two male patrons, while the crowd cheered and sang along 


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