The 'holy Vosho' is taking churches by storm: Video shows congregation busting a move

The 'holy Vosho' is taking churches by storm: Video shows congregation busting a move

A video has shook the internet, showing church members doing the popular Vosho dance during a service.

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Mel Gawozi posted a video of congregation members slaying the 'holy vosho' during a church service.

"Holy fire Vosho. Amazion no1. Think we do at church"Litness k'phela", he captioned the post.

The video quickly went viral, with South African left both impressed and shocked by the footage they saw.

"The world is coming to an end. Doing Vosho at church yoh", one tweep commented, while another said "Never thought I'd witness a holy Vosho.. but here it is".
"Where is this church? I need to attend the next service please."

Other just joked that they would be leaving Mzani for good- they have definitely seen enough.

Although some tweeps were confused whether or not the dance should be used in a church, others felt there was nothing wrong since the bible says people should dance before God.

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"If we can't dance for #God , who are we dancing for? Dancing for the Lord! I just love that! PRAISE HIM ANYWAY YOU CAN!" @kabeloWaka2 commented.
"Amen KB! Even the Bible says dancing to the Lord is a form of worship."

As expected, the memes came rolling in as tweeps try to make out how they feel about the video.

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