Club X receives request for SA’s most dynamic personality

Siv Ngesi has received requests to perform one of his pole dancing routines at upscale Sandton strip club Club X. This comes after the comedian’s pole dancing tricks dominated the show. Siv used social media to dispel gender preconceptions associated with the sport.

Siv is now in great demand after grabbing everyone’s attention on the social streets with his fierce heels and defying gravity pole dancing techniques. So much so that he has got requests to perform at Tebogo Thobejane’s Club X in Sandton.

One of the club’s customers tweeted the management asking them to take Siv in for a night. The club acknowledged receiving the request, confident that having his name on the lineup would be a major draw. In the coming weeks, Siv Ngesi will upload a video showcasing his pole dancing prowess; in the interim, Club X might get more requests.


Siv Ngesi showcased his incredible pole dancing skills on social media. Busiswa and Moonchild Sanelly, two performers from South Africa, joined the outspoken star as he did his performance of Beyonce’s famous song My Power. The fact that the actor was donning a pair of platform stiletto boots was more amazing than his abilities, though!

He captioned the clip: “Many men have had an issue with me pole dancing, so I thought I would pole dance in heels and give them more to have an issue about! Don’t forget, I can still kick your a** while wearing these heels”

Previously Tebogo Thobejane defended Club X against public criticism. Everyone needs to have a retirement plan, stated the Muvhango actor, who spoke to Tshisalive. Tebogo further claimed that the club “empowered” the dancers, among them Terry Treasure of Big Brother Mzansi fame.

She said “We’re trying to push women in business … I’ve always been about sexiness and women empowerment. Dancing is a profession all over the world, people are doing it and there aren’t any jobs in SA, so what must girls do?”.

Tebogo further emphasized to the media after the club’s launch that the key motivation behind the founding club was Tebogo’s desire to empower women in these challenging economic times.

“My seminude and lingerie pictures are everywhere on social media and many people can access them for free. I am glad that I am now getting paid as a content creator for my pictures. Although I have other businesses, this is an easy way to make money just by using my smartphone in the comfort of my own home. I am doing this as a side hustle to feed my family. I am also embracing my body as a chubby woman. I was born with this body and I am proud of it. I also want to inspire other chubby women not to be ashamed, to show off their curvy bodies. No one is perfect.” said Tebogo

In the meantime, Tebogo Thobejane and Club X were praised by Cassper Nyovest, who was there for the big inauguration. He said in a tweet “They have fresh warm food all night for free. The club is very expensive but TRUST ME, that’s gonna be the new spot!! People are bored of the same s**t. I surely had fun out there. Maybe too much fun…”.

Thobejane, who also serves as the host of the City Girls Podcast, is well-known in the nightlife community and has frequently argued for the elimination of the stigma associated with different occupations. She disclosed in 2021 that she had earned more than R200 000 via the well-known content-sharing website “Only Fans.”

The AFDA Graduate also cautioned young ladies against posting graphic adult material (nudity) on the platform because it might come back to haunt them.

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