- Willard Katsande's dance moves have had South Africa in stitches over the past few weeks
- Smangaliso Mdluli has posted his own video poking fun at the Kaizer Chiefs player and his dance moves
- Social media users thought his video was hilarious and one even suggested that Katsande should use it as a goal celebration dance
Smangaliso Mdluli (@SimangalisoMdl2) posted a hilarious video poking fun at Willard Katsande dancing, he captioned the video:
"Kaizer Chiefs at training this week."
When Willard Katsande uploaded his video a lot of people reacted to it and poked fun at the soccer player's awkward dance moves.
Briefly.co.za saw that Smangaliso seemed to have hit the nail on the head and people found his post hilarious.
Here are some comments on the post by social media users:
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Katsande has posted a video on Twitter of himself dancing and then strutting afterwards.
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."
That was not the only dance that Katsande had done, he had performed another one which DJ Maphorisa reacted to the video with laughter.
He just couldn't deal with it and some of his fans thought it was just as hilarious:
Tshepiso (@Koena_Tshepiso) added,
"Not a single laugh from the person taking these vids kwaaks."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has been trending on social media after posting yet another hilarious video of himself dressed to the nines and dancing.
In the latest video, the star can be seen dancing a hilarious dance move in the middle of a deserted road. Katsande's captain at Amakhosi Itumeleng Khune and other social media users have reacted to the player's post.
Reacting to the video shared by the Premier Soccer League (PSL), Khune commented with three dancing man emojis.
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