- South Africans on social media are reacting to a video of dancers seen leaving the stage to 'hit' one of their spectators several times, seemingly part of the 'act'
- After being subjected to this several times, the guy has eventually had enough and leaps up to grab a dancer; however he is set upon by a group instead
- Posted by @KulaniCool, the clip has left his Mzansi followers fully entertained and a number of people are commenting on the audience member's patience
A video of a group of dancers entertaining a crowd is going viral online. The guys are seen leaving the stage to dance in front of a man sitting at a table calmly being entertained.
However, their stunts reach a stage where he can't take it any more as the dancers are seen hitting him with props as they continue with their moves. Another dancer emerges from the stage and approaches the guy again but this time he's not having it - he charges the entertainer and immediately gets set upon by a group.
The clip sparked hilarious responses and Briefly News takes a look.
The post reads:
“That other guy saw it coming and he left.”
“I would have dealt with the first guy.”
“I'm not laughing bro... Swiyisa swa sukela straight.”
“This song slaps though.”
“This dude got patience, cos right there, this ish was gonna set me off.”
“Outdoor events like these always go south. This one street comedian wagwara umjita ne gf yakhe so bad they fought.”
“Ay the first guy was going to get it, I don’t have that much patience.”
“Hahaha, it’s like he was being targeted.”
“Everyone stood up as soon as that boy hammered a fan with a bottle.”
White guy attempts traditional dance, has people rolling with laughter at the strange attempt
In a story relating to dance moves, Briefly News reported that it is often beautiful when we step out of our culture to try out others. Funny things sometimes happen.
A viral video shared by Linda Ikeja Blog has shown the moment a white man danced hard to a Yoruba song at an event that looks like a wedding ceremony.
Dressed in Yoruba agbada attire, the man showed off his traditional dance moves as the MC sang. Though out of tune, his effort is commendable.
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