4 Interesting viral videos shared online that sum up the year 2019

4 Interesting viral videos shared online that sum up the year 2019

In the age of social media, a lot of incredible moments are caught on camera. These images and videos ended up going viral online for all to see. Briefly.co.za gathered a few of the best viral videos that trended this year.

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1. Hilarious viral video shows man attempting to dance to Amapiano

A video was shared on social media showing a man attempting to dance to Amapiano but failing dismally. Social media users were left chuckling at his useless attempts. It received well over 5 000 likes on the social media platform. Many jokingly commented that his hand gestures looked more like he was trying to rob someone.

2. Student cleans EFF litter in viral video

A video of EFF members humiliating a fellow student at the University of the Free State went viral and it left Mzansi with one question: Who was this young man? Briefly.co.za gathered that his name is Eckhard Binding and he is a student at UFS. He hails from Pretoria and serves on the AfriForum's Student Council. His determination was rewarded as South Africans lined up to bless him with tokens of their appreciation.

3. Adorable viral video shows toddler who believes he's Michael Jackson

An adorable video went viral on social media showing a cute toddler pretending to be Michael Jackson. Social media users could not get over how cute he looked. Twitter user KalieTafoya shared the cute video.

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4. Arnold Schwarzenegger attacked at Joburg event

Hollywood actor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, was attacked during the Arnold Classic Africa Festival at the Sandton Convention Centre. The actor was talking to fans when a man kicked him from behind. Briefly.co.za gathered that Schwarzenegger did not have plans to open a case against the attacker.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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