- Lockdown Level 2 has brought back many things, including Whistle Girl
- Whistle Grl is known for her blowing her whistle and jiving to amapiano
- This new video of her was shared by various pages on Twitter and has gone viral
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It's lockdown Level 2 and Whistle Girl is back! In various posts on social media, Whistle Girl can be seen breaking it down with - you guessed it - a whistle. Whistle Girl's real name is Renei Solana and she's been making waves since the 5th of March when Twitter user @ThaboT_style posted a video of her and her whistle; asking social media to help him find her.
In terms of recent posts, the video that went the most viral of her was uploaded by @SmaNdlelaZN last night. The video has gained over 250 000 views and over 13 000 likes. Although Mzansi loves Whistle Girl's moves and her overall vibe, many Saffa tweeps voiced their concern about the gathering she attended.
Not only was there a lack of social distancing but hardly any masks were visible. Many believe events such as these will bring back Level 5.
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Briefly.co.za took a look at what some South African tweeps had to say:
"She blew this whistle then Covid landed in our country, she's vibe lo girl."
"Straight to Level 5."
"Yoh Jehovah here we go again. I promise you something bad gonna happen. This girl really needs to stop this."
"Confirmed, we're going to spend December indoors. Can she go back."
"Second wave is coming."
In other viral dance news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on three Tsonga women who put their own twist on the viral . a video surfaced online showing three stunning ladies putting their own spin on the viral challenge.
They rocked beautiful outfits as they honoured the Tsonga culture while taking the Jerusalema challenge to a whole new level. The video was shared on the #ImStaying Facebook page by social media user Chrizen Gajeni.
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