- Willard Katsande is known for his dance moves and iconic fashion choices
- The football star noticed a couple's video on social media, they recreated Willard's dance moves
- He loved the couple's dance moves and acknowledged them on his Twitter feed, Mzansi also loved the video
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A couple hilariously recreated Willard Katsande's dance moves and he noticed it trending on social media.
Katsande has become known for his fashion sense and dance moves which usually end up trading online.
He captioned his tweet with the following acknowledging the couple's video:
"Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi. Couple goals #respect"
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Social media users commented on what they thought about the video:
"The soldier doesn't have the rhythm... Can you please intervene Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi."
"You two are officially deputies to Kitoko. We expect another Friday edition next week."
"This is what we like to see on Twitter. Positive influence. The joy it brings to the people out there. Thank you Willard. You might not have realised the impact of this initiative... I'm inspired!!!"
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Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Smangaliso Mdluli (@SimangalisoMdl2) posted a hilarious video poking fun at Willard Katsande dancing and 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.
In other news, Kaizer Chiefs star Willard Katsande has gained popularity during the lockdown period. The 34-year Zimbabwean footballer has gained some followers for his eccentric videos.
Katsande has become a much-loved figure on Twitter, particularly for his video in which he does a little walk that always leaves fans in stitches. House superstar Prince Kaybee has become a fan as well, commenting on Katsande's latest video in which he slows moves towards the camera.
The Gugulethu hitmaker said its Katsande's "slowmo" that "sent" him.
Katsande has even coined the term "Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi", using it as a caption in each of his uploads. The term loosely translates to "boss of the country, everything nice and beautiful".
His latest video is captioned:
"We're born to LOVE, not to hate. Boss Ya Mboka Kitoko Makasi."
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