Mzansi in stitches as beautiful girl’s music video goes horribly wrong

Mzansi in stitches as beautiful girl’s music video goes horribly wrong

- Local music star, Cassper Nyovest, shared a hilarious video on Tuesday showing a beautiful girl dancing to one of his songs

- The young woman starts doing a sultry dance for the camera but then loses her composure as she is chased by an aggressive dog

- Thousands of South Africans saw the funny side as the video went viral

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Mzansi music star, Cassper Nyovest, has built up quite a following in the world of music, but on social media as well.

The interactive artist shared a hilarious video via twitter on Tuesday, which featured a beautiful young lady dancing to the popular track, Move for Me.

The video was shared on Tuesday and has already gone viral on the same day, with more than 3 000 likes and nearly 500 comments.

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The short clip starts off with the stunning woman dancing to the tune of the hip-hop song.

Her sultry moves for the camera are quite eye-catching and one could easily deem her to be a professional.

Sadly, the young vixen comes unstuck as she loses her composure when a nearby dog starts chasing her.

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The stark contrast between the classy start and the frazzled conclusion of the video has left Mzansi in stitches.

Briefly.co.za observed the entertaining responses from those via social media.

Patience van Staden‏ (@mxd_Princess) said, “This experience would pretty much humble anybody.”
Nonophela Mxakato‏ (@ZuzekaN) added, “ U kept on singing. Mara unjani Mufasa.”
L€t#@60 (@LethaboLT1) said: “Move for the dog.”

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