- A woman, @Phennymabala, shared a video on her Twitter page showing her and her mom dancing
- The duo wowed social media users with their lit dance moves but it was their looks that got Mzansi talking the most
- South Africans had a difficult time identifying who the mother was in the video
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There is nothing as beautiful as the relationship between mother and child. One young lady, who was only identified by her Twitter handle @Phennymabala, shared a sweet video of herself dancing with her mom.
On Monday, @Phennymabala posted the clip on her Twitter page and captioned it:
"So my mom and I decided to hop onto JunkPark vibezzz."
The video gathered over half a million views and although South Africans were left impressed by their dance moves, they were confused as well.
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Social media users found it nearly impossible to distinguish between the two women. They had no idea who was the mom and who was the daughter.
Twitter user, @RK_Mayekisa, commented:
"Who is the mother???"
Another tweep, @sshanron, wrote:
"Is she taking vid?"
@Phennymabala decided to help South Africans out and she revealed her mom is the one who wore a dress in the video.
"My mom is in the dress for those who don't know."
Some South Africans could not believe how young her mom looks and some even said they don't believe @Phennymabala.
It is not the first time women's flawless beauty and youthful appearances nearly broke the internet. Briefly.co.za previously reported Twitter users have been left in awe after a picture of a family of five generations was uploaded by user @shakeibra.
The picture depicts five gorgeous women aged between 15 and 91, but the order of the ages and where the women were standing created a bit of confusion. The image of the women has been retweeted over 15 000 times with over 400 comments from users.
Many showed confusion at the placement of the stunning family. The ages listed above the image go in the order of 15, 35, 55, 71 and 91. Whereas the image itself does not.
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