- Adriaan Hughes and his dance partner Bongiswa took to Facebook to share a video of them dancing rhythmically to hit Amapiano song, Amanikiniki
- The video, which Adriaan uploaded to Facebook, received hundreds of reactions from users who were impressed by their skills
- Many users were surprised to see Adriaan being able to move his body so well
South Africans love a good song and dance. They are never far away from a great track and the moves to match. This was certainly the case when Facebooker Adriaan shared a video of himself and who is presumably a friend, Bongiswa, breaking it down in true Mzansi style to the popular hit song, Amanikiniki.
In the video, the pair can be seen not missing a step as they perform their coordinated dance routine.
The post received hundreds of reactions and was met with heaps of likes and shares. Many Facebookers also commented on Adriaan and Bongiswa's lit dancing skills and were wowed by Adriaan's talent.
Watch them dance here.
Read some of the comments below.
Pakes Okanye Pesi said:
"Yeh they are. Dare I try, Jehovah! Bad is an understatement, cos when it comes to dancing me and a metal rod... like this."
Marhoyi Masoka Dedeza said:
"Aiiii boi maan, you dance way better than me."
NwaGaza Lonia Ednar said:
"You lost so much weight beautiful ❤️❤️ And you can move."
While Menzi Mkhwanazi Millie said:
"Wow y'all did the most here."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a truck loaded with beer crashed in Factoria, Krugersdorp and unfortunately locals took the opportunity to loot.
Residents of the area quickly gathered on the scene and helped themselves to the alcohol that was scattered around the overturned truck. Despite the criminality of the act, Twitter users responded hilariously to a video of the people walking away with crates of beers.
While many Twitter users laughed and made jokes about the beer looting, others asked about the safety of the driver. Some people wondered out loud when something like this would happen around their neighbourhoods.
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