- US actor and singer Jamie Foxx has challenged South Africa's DJ Bongz to a Gwaragwara dance battle
- The dance move was made popular by the Durban-born DJ Bongz in 2016 when he filmed his music video for Ofana Nawe
- The Hollywood superstar posted a video of himself doing the Gwaragwara and challenged Bongz when the SA star told him a bit of history about the move
Hollywood superstar Jamie Foxx has challenged Mzansi's DJ Bongz to a dance battle. The South African DJ did not waste time and accepted the challenge.
It all started when the US actor posted a video of himself dancing Bongz's signature dance move, Gwaragwara. Bongz took to the movie star's comment section on Instagram and told him a bit of history about the dance move.
"I started doing the Gwaragwara dance in 2016 the time I was shooting my music video Ofana Nawe. Just Google it, you will see @iamjamiefoxx."
Jamie jumped on Bongz's comment section and asked the South African musician to meet him on the dance floor. The Sleepless star wrote:
Bongz took then took to his verified Instagram page to post a video of himself doing the Gwaragwara. He captioned the video:
"Just a warm up for our dance battle... I’ll wait for the place and time for the battle @iamjamiefoxx."
Mzansi Instagram users took to Bongz's comment section to tell Jamie that they're waiting for him to report to the dance floor. Check out some of the comments below:
DJ Sphectacula said:
"Bring it @iamjamiefoxx."
DJ Chynaman wrote:
"Come @iamjamiefoxx we're waiting."
"@iamjamiefoxx please report to the dance floor, I repeat please report to the dance floor."
"So only one style one way?"
"We're ready for this battle!!"
"@iamjamiefoxx it's a dance battle, better be ready. It's a Wakanda dance move by @realdjbongz."
Jamie Foxx makes history as 1st black person to voice a lead role in a Pixar movie, 'Soul'
In other news, Briefly News reported that Jamie Foxx made history by becoming the first black person to voice a lead role in a Pixar movie. The veteran US actor took to social media on Sunday, 24 January and shared that he was happy to be part of the animated film titled Soul.
The superstar shared that the film officially the number one-streamed show. It has hit 1.7 billion streams since its release in December 2020. Jamie thanked everyone who watched the "beautiful film". The popular thespian wrote:
"Whoa!! So happy to be a part of this ground breaking movie... SOUL is officially the number one streamed programme with 1.7 billion streams!!! The first black lead in Disney Pixar film history... What a moment. Thank you to everyone who has supported and been entertained by this beautiful film, it has truly touched our souls."
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Source: Briefly News