- A local man's dance moves have left Mzansi longing for the weekend
- In a video posted by @ChristoThurston on Twitter, the man can be seen delivering all sorts of moves
- Tweeps were nothing short of impressed and reacted to the short clip over 1000 times
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A local man has managed to leave South Africans longing for a weekend chillas after a video of him dancing like there is no tomorrow surfaced on the net. The short clip was uploaded by Christo Thurston, a popular Twitter user who seems to have a knack for sharing vibey videos.
The man in the video seems to really know what he's doing as he delivers all sorts of good vibes with his dance moves featuring his mkhaba and all.
Twitter users loved it and reacted warmly to the post, liking it over 1000 times and sharing their views on the unknown man's moves in the comment section. You can watch the video of him doing his thing below.
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@925Nikki shared this hilarious meme:
"Minister of good vibes. You got my vote."
"After paying all your bills...Aiboo... Get down."
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Briefly.co.za also reported about a young mother caught her young child with a block of cheese in her hands. In a post uploaded to Twitter, @LoveAsandies (Asanda) shared two images: one of her daughter holding a block of cheese and the other depicting the damage done to the cheese.
According to @LoveAsandies, her little girl climbed into their fridge in order to treat herself to a large block of cheese. In the caption of the tweet, @LoveAsandies said she was experiencing some trauma due to this.
South African Twitter users took to the replies section to show @LoveAsandies that she was not alone when it comes to food-loving children as they shared images of their own little ones.
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