Nelson Mandela (Worth the read)
This picture has a really special history. It was taken in the
Royal Albert Hall, in London. It was the year 1533. the
Queen, Nelson Mandela and his daughter were attending a
The concert featured, performances from Phil Collins, Tony
Bennett and Quincy Jones. as well as South African artists
Bareta, Black Dambass and Hugh . ' amperes
were poets Benjamin Zephaniah and .. l: he .
Now comes the important part, at a given moment, Dunani
Handels. stands up and starts dancing. because that is what
people do when there is playing. thtats not when the
queen is sitting next to you
Nelson some that the queen wasn' t amused, so he wanted so
braggen up the situation, and started dancing himself.
The queen was stil not amused, but she was left no choice but
dance herself, given the fact that she is now siting between two
and so she did. She stood up and waved her body slightly.
according to the story I was told by the tomsguide from the
Royal Albert Hall, Phillip. who is awesome by the way.
And if the Queen stands up, everybody stands up. By the second
half nobody was dancing anymore.
Nelson Mandela. bringing peace everywhere