- A man, Lebo George Molaolwa, recently bagged his Master's degree in science
- To celebrate the special day, Molaolwa and his friends showed off their dance moves in a parking lot
- The Master's graduate wore a graduation gown in the "young throwback video" and it quickly went viral
Last week Thursday, Lebo George Molaolwa took to Facebook to share a throwback video to his graduation day.
In the video, Molaolwa's friends can be seen celebrating his Master's graduation with him. The group of friends danced in a parking lot to celebrate the amazing achievement and they served up some major squad goals.
He captioned the post:
"This is how your squad should pull through for you! A young throwie #TBT MSc. Grads day. #graduation #graduate #masters #geology #hydrogeology #scientist"
The video gathered over half a million views in less than a week and Saffas were wowed by the group of friends. Many congratulated Molaolwa on his Master's degree as well.
Moon Nyigreen Moon commented:
"Congratulations. I don't know why but I get very happy when I see happy people."
Mercy Benson said:
"Congratulations guys and may God open every door for you and everywhere you go may the glory of God be with you guys and I love all of you."
Nomcebo Motsa added:
"Only the few real friends can do that."
Kay KE Mke wrote:
"I can just imagine what will happen with PhD."
Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported Gloria Ngubeni uploaded an amazing video to Facebook which show two friends flexing their awesome dance moves.
The two boys are responsibly wearing their face masks as they 'bust' their moves, showing an impressive range of choreography. They must have rehearsed quite a bit as the pull off some tricky dance moves with ease and grace.
Facebook users loved the video and flooded the comments section with praise:
"They dance better than me."
"That's South African spirit of Ubuntu without colour or race. A good example to the whole nation."
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