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  • American artist Chris Brown shares William's video on this Instagram

William Last’s rise to fame may have happened so fast that it’s hard to remember how he came to be one of the most successful comedians in Botswana ever.

Born Bofelo William Molebatsi, the comedian’s fan base has grown exponentially in just 3 years. Botswana has a very specific brand of comedy where generally, low hanging fruit is in abundance, but his manages to be funny without being hurtful.

The young comedian’s video was featured by Chris Brown on his official Instagram account with a caption that reads “If you don’t sing my sh*t like this we ain’t homies!”.

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If you don’t sing my shit like this we ain’t homies!

A post shared by CHRIS BROWN (@chrisbrownofficial) on

William’s video shared by Chris Brown

“I feel like I have brought a new style of acting and comedy here in Botswana, but there are more funny people out there who can do the same.  If they are willing, I can teach them how to use their talents.  Anyone who is willing to work with me can freely approach me”

William Last said

In a bid to strike while the iron is hot William has taken his newfound fame and ran with it, recently venturing into music and releasing a comedy cover song called Gao Romantic originally recorded by Samthing Soweto.

William Last KRM – Motsetserepa

William has been supported and made videos for various Botswana companies including Botswana Telecommunications (BTC), Mascom and, Orange Botswana.

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