- A local man has gotten Mzansi’s approval after a video of him showing off his kasi moves surfaced online
- The young man displayed some serious talent in the clip, which featured him dancing in a forest clearing
- One social media user proclaimed, “white man can dance,” while others joked that the dancer could “keep the land”
A South African contested the stereotype that ‘white people can’t dance’ recently when a video was shared online of him demonstrating his kasi moves.
The local man uses some impressive footwork in the clip, as well as a decent ‘stanky-leg’ move and epic arm movements.
The clip was shared by South Africa LIVE and really got Mzansi in the mood for the weekend!
Briefly.co.za saw that many social media users were astounded at how easily the dancing man in the video clip busted the myth of the white man with no rhythm.
Aricha Palesa Sheilla: “Wao ! white man can dance ”
Kaiza Khaya Nesi: “He dance better than me WTF”
Morena Mpandla: “He chills at Alex this one ... I cant even do that”
Others joked that the white man’s dancing was so good that he would be able to “keep the land”.
Nicholas Thabo Madimola: “You take the land you nail it”
Zolani Deyi: “U can keep the land boy u one of us ngamla”
Connor Quinn: “He might be able to keep his land ”
Some were simply inspired by the man’s crossover dance moves, which seemed to represent a coming together of cultures.
Sifiso Nkabinde: “Such a diverse and beautiful country”
Paul Walker Mshanga: “The rainbow nation indeed”
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