- A couple were seen dancing at a petrol station while wearing their wedding outfits
- South Africans were blown away by their fantastic moves, as video footage went viral
- Unfortunately, many were left disappointed when they learnt that the pair are professional dancers
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A video left quite an impression, as it showcased the dance moves of a couple wearing their wedding attire.
The unusual element was that their amazing dance routine took place at a petrol station, which seemed a strange choice of location to celebrate one's nuptials.
Twitter user Mr Bakang (@Mr_BakangM) shared the video and included the caption:
"This was such a delight to watch. Black love at its finest."
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Briefly.co.za gathered that South Africans were blown away by the choreography and slick execution based on the fact that 24 000 have already liked the tweet.
The interesting video can be viewed below.
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Many positive comments were shared, but Briefly.co.za realised that all was not as it seemed.
The "wedding couple" are actually a pair of professional dancers who work with Mzansi hitmakers Mafikizolo.
Cedric tsongaboy (@CedricTsongaboy) shed light on the motive behind the video:
"We just love doing concepts on videos. Honestly it was just to make people smile."
Daddi Rebecca (@kenashmii) said,
"If you didn’t smile after watching this make sure your problem is tougher than Job’s problem in the Bible."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that a family showcased their spontaneity and dancing ability in an adorable video.
The footage shows each family member getting a moment to perform a dance move. The oldest member of the family steals the show at the end.
Based on the comments, the majority of social media users loved her moves the most.
Since being shared by Londie Mzizi via social media, the lighthearted video has been viewed more than 140 000 times.
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