Woman shares video of parents dancing that goes viral: “A whole mood”

Woman shares video of parents dancing that goes viral: “A whole mood”

- A woman shared a delightful family video that started trending recently

- The footage reveals how her mother starts dancing to some music, but is then upstaged by her husband

- Social media users found the footage adorable and thanked the woman for sharing it

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A woman shared some wholesome family footage via social media and it seems to have received the stamp of approval.

Taking to Twitter, Boitumelo Chauke (@BoitumeloChauk7) shared a heartwarming video which revealed her parent's dancing. She included the caption:

"My dad is me. I am my dad. He is me."

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The video starts off with Boitumelo's mother dancing while music is playing in the background.

However, she's then joined by her husband, who comes close to upstaging her.

The mom takes it all in her stride though and continues her jiving with a smile on her face.

Briefly.co.za gathered that tweeps fell in love with the heartwarming footage and heaped praise on Boitumelo and her family.

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Coco_thando_(@Coco_thando) said,

"A whole mood, this is so cute."

GosiameByTshiamo (@tshiamo_seate) added,

"I love how your mom seems so immune to how he is. So cute."

Boitumelo P Mathekga (@Boitu_meloM) said,

"I'd love for my kids to grow up in such a home."

Mxolisi (@_dictum_factum) added,

"When your dad touches his knees, he gives us all life."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Trevor Noah shared a heartwarming video which featured a 97-year-old man.

The madala showcased some lovely dance moves while a Justin Timberlake song played in the background.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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