Maxwell Jennings’ video of a man enthusiastically dancing with friends at a wedding impressed social media, putting everybody in the mood to dance.
Twitter user, Blessing Chauke, shared the video, adding that she wished she could find a man who could dance as well as the man in the video. She captioned the video, “God bless me with a man who can dance like this.”
Another user joked that she was looking for the “vula sekele kind of man”. Offering some helpful direction, another user pointed out that she could find such a man in taverns, amusing many South Africans who were taken aback by his bold statement.
Bringing Blessing back to reality, another Twitter user advised that being a good dancer doesn't necessarily mean that he would be a good partner, and cautioned her to be careful what she wished for, Briefly.co.za found.
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Michael Erhabor added that marriage had a different meaning to what Blessing seemed to believe it did.
“But that is not what hold marriages together. Which is the most important because the cheers are only for that moment and after that, you are on your own.”
Perhaps unhappy that his dancing abilities were lacking, Nkosi Booi commented that real men don’t dance like the guy in the video. Tumi, a business management student, seconded his opinion and said real men didn’t dance at all.
'Joe Darko' laughed, saying that he dances just like the man and wasn’t fazed by their 'fake definition' of what a real man does.
One man joked that Blessing’s prayers had been answered because he is a dancer and suggested she slide into his DMs.
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