- South Africans laughed in unison when a video emerged featuring a tannie saying, "Hugo, bel die polisie"
- Due to the popularity of that incident, a catchy dance track has been created
- The video for the song features a group of cops showing off amazing dance moves and it's been trending on social media
South Africans couldn't contain their laughter when a video emerged featuring a tannie saying, "Hugo, bel die polisie."
It seems the popularity of that viral video has inspired a dance track, featuring the same epic soundbite.
A video has also been created to match the catchy tune and it features a group of cops showing off their spectacular dance moves.
Wayne Jooste shared the video via Facebook and it's had a massive impact, attracting 1 000 comments in the process.
Briefly.co.za surveyed many of the reactions and it seems the video has given South Africans yet another reason to love our beautiful country.
Hazel-Eyes Sammy Sithole commented, "I love my country."
Puseletso Hoaeane Moticoe added, "God bless South Africa...this is too much. Yoh I'm not leaving this country."
Mark Van Der Merwe said, "Damn don't care about the crime anymore."
Derelene Hans responded, "I hope this tannie is getting royalties for all this recordings done with her voice."
Bain Nortje said, "One thing about black people is they can dance, even when they're fat, they still have moves.. as for us, very select few."
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