- Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande strutted his stuff in another social media video and went viral
- Amakhosi goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune saw the funny side and questioned Katsande on the name of the dance
- Briefly.co.za gathered that Katsande was doing the Borrowdale dance
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande is no stranger to social media and many of his posts often start trending.
His recent Twitter video was no exception, as Briefly.co.za noted that it's been viewed nearly 100 000 times since it was shared on Saturday.
The video started off with Katsande doing a new dance move and then proceeding to strut his staff on camera.
The video had Amakhosi goalkeeper Itumeleng Khune in stitches and he responded via Twitter:
"What do u call this dance my captain?"
The tweet and response can be viewed below.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the dance is known as Borrowdale and that it has Zimbabwean origins.
Muzika Fam (@bazuriey) gave some background:
"It’s a Zimbabwean dance called Borrowdale, as he said in tweet inspired by Alick Macheso, Alick is the one who came up with the dance through a genre we call Museve."
THAPELO (@THAPELO13039226) said,
"I wish that was ur celebration after scoring."
Condotta_Mondiale (@NCITHA_ZN) added,
"I wish Katsande can Score, and make one of these as a Celebration. Believe Me. The rest will be History."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Kaizer Chiefs players resumed training recently following approval from the PSL and shared a video of their session.
Minister of Transport Fikile Mbalula observed their preparations, but only had eyes on one player.
Mbaks seems to be an admirer of fellow fashionista Willard Katsande.
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