New dance leaves SA with questions: "Why is he fighting basins?"

New dance leaves SA with questions: "Why is he fighting basins?"

An odd dance involving flinging oneself onto basins on the ground has Mzansi talking. Social media users are baffled but the responses are worth it!

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A strange traditional dance has had Mzansi tongues wagging. In a video being shared on social media, the dance is identified as of Pedi origin. A man is seen dancing and then throwing himself onto two basins on the ground.

Twitter user Bokamoso shared the now-viral video on the social media platform. It has received mixed reactions from Mzansi social media users. Some MoPedi folk denied the dance originated from their tribe and said they have never seen it before.

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Twitter user Iam_laud, who is Pedi, did not recognize the dance. Another Pedi Twitter user named OnJourneyOf_ said:

"For clarity this I've never seen before."

While Thela28 said:

"Why is he fighting the basins?"

Mfundo_Conco said:

"Kinda looks painful."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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