- A woman was recently caught doing the most bizarre dance moves in a video clip that was shared by a super amused South African Twitter user
- In the clip, the woman can be seen at one point hoping on the floor like a frog and then suddenly shouting something in the direction of the sky
- Locals were left feeling all sorts of perplexed by her outlandish dance moves and naturally headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the matter
What in the world
It's not news that one can find the most amusing, most bizarre, and most interesting things on South African social media users' pages. The latest bit of bizarre entertainment comes in the form of a woman doing the craziest dance styles.
Moves like Jagger
While the woman probably felt like she was doing all the right moves because of the big crowd surrounding her with cameras - this was certainly not the case. Many people wanted to get a closer look at her hopping on the floor and randomly shouting at the sky.
Locals are as confused as ever
"I have so many questions about this this happened kwa-Max eMlazi."
Locals had a lot of questions and we can't really blame them:
"The worst part is after this khona ulova ozothatha umakhosi kanye nedlozi lakhe aye nabo endlini ayoba qeda ngomdavazo!"
"This happens when ubhodla kabili then think awuth ngiyothwasa"
"Kanti what's wrong with her going to groove with what she is wearing?"
More moves that "moved" the masses
Briefly News also reported that a super funny clip has been shared online of a man doing the craziest dance moves ever, In the video, the man looks like he's about to fall when suddenly he starts making bizarre body movements.
He then jumps up and continues to stun everyone around him with his outlandish moves that are very much unique. "Banna," the clip was captioned by @Kulanicool who just could not believe his eyes.
Many locals were just as surprised as Kulani was and wasted no time heading to the comment section to laugh their butts off at what they had just seen.
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Source: Briefly News