South African tweeps aren’t too impressed with new ‘idibala dance’

South African tweeps aren’t too impressed with new ‘idibala dance’

- A Twitter user shared a video of the "idibala dance"

- Revellers in the video are seen bending backwards all the way down to the floor

- Mzansi tweeps weren't too impressed and many dismissed it as extreme

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A new dance called "idibala" has emerged in videos on social media, but South African tweeps are giving it a pass.

Twitter user @keBENJI shared a video showing revellers performing the dance recently, gathered.

In the video, the revellers are seen falling over backwards repeatedly, sometimes all the way until their backs are on the floor.

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The dance is named after the song Malwedhe by King Monada. Apparently, "idibala" means "collapse," hence the falling over backwards.

Although @keBENJI said he could "definitely" do the idibala dance, other tweeps weren't so sure.

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Some tweeps felt it is an "extreme sport" and is overdone.

Others downright dismissed it as messy and not trendy at all.

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