This is why I love SA: Interracial couple's wedding video goes viral

This is why I love SA: Interracial couple's wedding video goes viral

- An interracial couple tied the knot and their wedding video went viral

- The couple deviated from the slow and mundane first dance and performed a high tempo one instead

- Social media users were raving about the innovative dance as hundreds of positive comments were made

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Weddings are beautiful moments and generally strikes a chord with most people.

However, one wedding video stood out more than most as it showed an interracial couple engaging in their first dance.

Instead of the mundane slow dance, the couple opted for an upbeat version with a catchy dance track playing in the background.

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One can hear the thrilled spectators in the background as they cheer the couple on.

South Africa Live shared the video via their Facebook page and it quickly went viral. surveyed the hundreds of comments that were loaded and it soon became clear that many were blown away by the couple’s originality and rhythm.

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Mayra Hinojoza said, “Aweeee nice. This is why I love SA. Best place.”
Liezel Swart said, “I’m sure they practised a lot for this dance... much better and more fun than the conventional first dance that you see at weddings!! Well done. Hope you have a wonderful blessed happy marriage!! Ignore all the bad comments...we all deserve to be happy and with someone who loves you unconditionally. Nothing else matters. Colour religion gender. Whatever... my opinion.”
Nakedi Lebea Tshikanda added: “Our Makoti is doing well already, beautiful couple.”
Ntiniyamakhosi Coss said, “She can keep the land.”
Caroline Deveze asked, “What’s the name of the song in the background? Amazing dance guys.”

Based on the social media reaction, it seems the couple aren’t South African, but Mzansi still loved the dance nonetheless.

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