- An unnamed old woman has 'scattered' the dance floor with moves that belie her age in a viral video
- The woman showed some side sleek leg robotic moves before she made 'current movements' with her hands
- Other women who later joined in as they danced to Madonna's Holiday could not keep up with her energy
The video of a woman showing off her fast hip hop dance moves despite her old age has stirred massive reactions on the internet.
In the clip shared by Tunde Ednut on Instagram, the woman vibed to Madonna's classic song, Holiday.
Her energy is hyper
At a point during her performance, she did a breakdance with her two hands. Other old women joined in and it became a group performance.
Many Nigerians who reacted to the video said it showed the importance of having a club experience while one is still young.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 800 comments and thousands of likes.
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"U see why e dey make sense for our kids to dey taste clubs and social gatherings sometimes……while mummy in white was busy busting some old school steps wey make plenty Brian……the other mama came to change the vibe with cultural dance."
"Old mama youngie."
"The move you make when you hear your favourite song from ages."
"Mama dun hear seh him son dun finally decide tu marry, settle down and get her a grand child."
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Woman, 75, busts a move to popular Michael Jackson song, video goes viral
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a Nigerian Facebook user, Ugo Egbujo, posted the video of an old woman vibing hard to Michael Jackson's You Rock My World.
Ugo said that the woman is 75 years old as many wondered how come the dancer looks so fit like a 25-year-old athlete.
In the short clip, the dancer dressed in a tracksuit displayed different legworks as she swung her hands and legs around to match the song.
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Source: Briefly News