Video of 2 women dancing with 'blesser' sparks a frenzy online

Video of 2 women dancing with 'blesser' sparks a frenzy online

- Another video has surfaced online that has shocked South Africans

- The footage shows two women dancing to music playing out of a car

- A man, whom many believe is an infamous blesser, then appears in the video

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On Thursday morning, Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux shared a video that shocked South Africans using the social media platform.

The influencer said he never expected to see what happens in the video - which shows two women dancing outside a parked car.

Then they are joined by a singing man, who appears to be a fair bit older than they are.

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Social media users were shocked by the footage and 'Twitter CSI' tracked the man down - whom they believe is a Zimbabwean man who had been accused of beating his ex-wife in 2015.

Tweeps were quick to post other photos of the infamous blesser with other women surrounding him.

Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of the comments the post gathered - from Mzansi's view on the footage to more photos of the alleged blesser.

Twitter user, @melu_mabuya, commented:

"Somebody's future wife right there!"

Another tweep, @SAMiR_5777, added:

"The decay of the South African society is adopting outside cultures and behaviour. Making it a norm and then glorifying it. Our sisters, daughters and nieces are prostituting themselves and calling themselves slay queens. This slay queen generation is now eroding our morality of our children."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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