Mzansi loving "oom Ndlovu's" dancing: "He is definitely Zulu"

Mzansi loving "oom Ndlovu's" dancing: "He is definitely Zulu"

- A video of a man dancing was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page

- The clip shows an "oom" pulling off impressive kicks in what appears to be a Zulu dance

- South Africans were impressed by his moves and applauded his skills online

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Last week, a social media user, Phumlani Brian Shombela, shared a video of a white man doing an African dance on the #ImStaying Facebook page.

The man is filmed showing off his high kicks while doing what appears to be a Zulu dance while several men sing and enjoy the show.

Shombela simply captioned the post, "Mr Ndlovu" and it led to some social media users dubbing the man "oom Ndlovu".

If you want to watch the video of "oom Ndlovu", click on this link.

Mzansi loving "oom Ndlovu's" dancing: "He is definitely Zulu"

Screenshot of Phumlani Brian Shombela's video.
Source: Facebook

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South Africans immediately fell in love with the 'oom' and they applauded his Zulu dancing skills in the comment section.

Faith Words commented:

"I like that last ostrich kick."

Mathew Eldridge added:

"When people talk about racism in our country, but here we only see unity! God bless South Africa."

Zamalakhe Mnxasana wrote:

"He is getting piece of the land."

Tsholofelo Nchadinyana Tongwane said:

"He is definitely Zulu."

Sebestian Bors commented:

"I love the spirit, thank you my fellow South Africans."

Nicholas Shandu added:

"Haibo this man he can do it like we do dlala thwaz lothwish."
Mzansi loving "oom Ndlovu's" dancing: "He is definitely Zulu"

Briefly.co.za previously reported on another viral dance video. A learner at a school became the toast of the town after he showcased his dance moves.

The young man was cheered on by his classmates and video footage of the incident has gone viral as South Africans marvelled at the learner's rhythm.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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