Early in 1909, a group of laborers who had organized a club named "The Tramps," went to the Pythian Theater to see a musical comedy performed by the Smart Set. The comedy included a skit entitled, "There Never Was and Never Will Be a King Like Me," about the Zulu Tribe...
That is how Zulu began, as the many stories go...
Unauthorized Facebook Page
Some of you may have noticed a Facebook page entitled Zulu Mardi Gras. Others may have inadvertently followed or liked this page assuming it was affiliated with the "Official" Facebook page of the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club Inc. The Facebook page Zulu Mardi Gras is not authorized or approved by the Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club Inc. We are not responsible for the content or subject matter that may appear on that page. We are asking our followers to spread the word and let your friends know that the commentary and/or items represented on Zulu Mardi Gras are not the official works of the Zulu Club you have know and loved for the past 100 years. It is unfortunate that there are those that would attempt to gain notoriety from what our forefathers have fought so hard to establish. If you want to know the real and true sentiment of our beloved organization, this is where you will find it. We are asking those of you that may have, to unfriend or not like the Zulu Mardi Gras Facebook page. We are also asking you to not financially support their page because it has not been authorized by our organization. With this post you should see so-called Official Zulu coconuts that we would never create, supply or endorse, however it is these types of items that have been made available for sale on the "other" Facebook page.
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Naaman C. Stewart