Madonna Spends time with Samburu Warriors in Kenya as She engages in Traditional African Rituals

The Queen of pop is currently spending her time in the East- African state and having fun with the locals.

The 64-year-old took to her Instagram on Monday and updated her 18.6 million followers about her ventures in Kenya.

One of her stories showed the singer having fun with the Samburu warriors as she engaged in their activities.

“Vibrating with the universe,” she captioned her video, where she was seen jumping and singing with the natives.

“Madonna got into the spirit of things, dressed in skin-tight trousers with boots and a patterned shirt while layering up with a rain jacket and huge turquoise shawl,” per Daily Mail.

“She completed her look with a beige cowgirl-style hat, a heavily embellished statement coin necklace, and dazzling nail extensions.”

Other stories showed her performing rituals and immersing in the Kenyan way of life.

She also captioned her selfies as ‘Mpenzi,’ a word in Swahili that translates into ‘Lover’ in English.

The singer and songwriter famous for her versatile music and artistic visual representation welcomed the New Year in Malawi with her three children, David, 17, Mercy, 16, and twins Stella and Estere, 10.

Madonna is a happy mother of six children, out of which four are adopted. In 2009, the singer adopted a girl from Malawi named Mercy James, who is now almost 16 years old.

She also shares two kids of her own with her former partners, Carlos Leon and Guy Ritchie. Her first biological daughter, Lourdes Leon, is 25 years old now, and her son Rocco Ritchie is nearly 22. The adopted children came after these two.

“Dancing Into 2023,” she wrote in her New Year post on Instagram.

“When you were a little girl Madame ……….. Was this the woman you dreamed of becoming??” This is a quote from one of my favorite books- The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells.”

“The answer is I could never have imagined my life would be so full. That I would be able to make a living being an artist.”

She added, “That I could be the mother I never had. That my children would bring me so much joy!! More importantly that I would be in a position to be able to help others less fortunate than myself.”

The Vogue singer is also a co-founder of a non-profit organization in Malawi called Raising Malawi.

“According to the charity’s mission statement, Raising Malawi is dedicated to helping with the extreme poverty and hardship endured by Malawi’s one million orphans, primarily through health and education programming,” Daily Mail reported.

The superstar singer also released a documentary in 2008 titled ‘I Am Because We Are,’ a short film documenting the lives of orphan children in Malawi who lost their parents and other family members to HIV and AIDS.

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