- Another entertaining video has surfaced on the internet showing a young Mzansi girl strutting her stuff on the dance floor
- @Masego_ is encouraged by many people on the social media networking application to go further and ensure she becomes a professional dancer
- The video clip was posted on TikTok and the account holder says the beautiful song playing in the background has not been released yet
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A young South African lady is receiving all the good praise on social media for her superb dancing skills. The stunning woman uploaded her video on a widely used social media platform.
@Masego_ is a TikTok account holder and says the song she is dancing to, Ungangibambi, has not been released yet but the moves have attracted her followers. Briefly News looks at the video to find out why Mzansi cannot wait for the song to be released and see the lady on television.
The post reads:
“I hope international TikTok doesn’t copy this and not give you credit.”
“Wena you made my morning. Yebo Masego.”
“Dankie girl, we enjoy watching you dancing.”
“OMG, you are talented.”
“Yebo yes mogirl, you can dance.”
@Mosala Khiba said:
"It's the long hair for me."
@Akhona Mazqhelekazi said:
“You should be on the next episode of Jiva.”
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In a similar piece, Briefly News reported that there’s a new video that is trending on various social media platforms in Mzansi and it’s seriously keeping many warm amidst the cold front hitting many towns.
The video clip comes from TikTok through Kiki_La_Coco. The account holder’s video shows an employer and his domestic worker sharing a spontaneous dance.
It seems Malcolm asked Thembi if she could dance, the lady said yes and the rest is history. The viral video is keeping many entertained and the comments are proudly positive. Briefly News went to select a few reactions from the clip labelled, “Thembi can you dance?”
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Source: Briefly News