Video shows white man and black man boogey down: “Vosho ain't easy”

Video shows white man and black man boogey down: “Vosho ain't easy”

- A video was shared via social media showing a middle-aged white man and black man dancing together at a nightclub

- The video has entertained many South Africans since Sunday as the post has attracted nearly 1 000 likes and 200 comments

- Some were so impressed that they declared that racism is dead while others said that it resembles the true South Africa

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A beautiful video has caught Mzansi’s attention after it was posted on Sunday.

The video was shared by South Africa Live on their Facebook page.

It shows how a middle-aged white male and black male boogey down on a dance floor, presumably at a nightclub.

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The entertaining video has struck a chord with South Africans who responded very positively.

The caption posed the question: “Racism? What Racism??”

This seemed to open up a can of worms but nearly 1 000 people liked the post.

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Thomas Sipalo said, “Not all whites are racists just like not all blacks are racists.”

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In line with the light-hearted footage, some of the comments poked fun as well.

Dean da Silva said, “As whites, thank you for accepting our lack of rhythm. Whoever took it from us has certainty had a good laugh from it all.”
Nqobile N Buthelezi said, “Guys stop being so negative can we just celebrate this beautiful moment. Aren't u tired of being angry all the time, we can just laugh a bit hawu people, maybe just maybe moments like these will show us that we can live in peace. STOP IT NOW!! On a lighter note the old man tried shame, doing the vosho ain't easy.”
Tapiwa Paul Mazani said emphatically, “Racism is for the uneducated ones.”
David Mohlatlego Machaba added: “Racism is like cancer and not all of us have it.”

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