Singer Koffi Olomide caught on camera assaultiing female dancer in front of police officers (watch)

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Koffi Olomide was caught on camera assaulting one of his dancers after landing in Nairobi, Kenya today. The 60-year-old Congolese soukous singer and dancer, accompanied by his wife and a group of dancers, landed at the Jomo Kenyatta Airport to a rousing reception by a group of Kenyan fans waiting to receive him.



In the short video, the rhumba maestro is seen approaching the group of dancers before viciously kicking one of them in the belly right before police officers that were present.

The victim is reported to have been arguing with Koffi’s wife, who also accompanied him to Nairobi. After the incident, Koffi was calmed down by the police officers before he was ushered to his car that immediately sped off.

Watch video below:

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