Video shows men having time of their lives without women, SA reacts

Video shows men having time of their lives without women, SA reacts

- A video uploaded to social media shows a group of men having fun at a party with no women in sight

- The video was uploaded to Twitter yesterday and has since gone viral as many Saffa tweeps love the vibes

- The replies section under the tweet shows how hilarious some South Africans can be

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In a video uploaded to social media, a group of men can be seen getting lit. The video was uploaded to Twitter by @TayDeep2 on Monday morning and has since gone viral. The video has over 7 000 likes and over 3 000 retweets.

A man clad in a white T-shirt and blue jeans can be seen dancing with a spaghetti mop whilst others start forming a line. Mzansi tweeps are living for the vibes created in this video as they comment in the replies section. @TayDeep2 captioned the video:

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"Men are happy without the other gender."

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Video shows men having time of their lives without women, SA reacts

A group of South African men can be seen breaking it down in a new video and Mzansi tweeps are here for it. Source: @TayDeep2 / Twitter
Source: Twitter took a look at some of the comments in the replies section under the video where most people were impressed with the guy and his mop.

@ThatoNtshingil2 said:

"The guy with the mop."

@Bra_Amu wrote:

"Probably some village in Limpopo... We create our own song during these kind of vibes... Don't tell prince KB... He may attend and steal... This song can be 18 minutes long... No one will notice until the next day... Pure joy."

@nq_prestige tweeted:

"Are we going to ignore that the guy with the mop, who paused to talk with his mop..."

In other dancing news, recently reported on a dancing traffic officer. The cop was filmed directing cars with a lot of enthusiasm. On Thursday last week, Suzette Ludeke filmed Traffic Warden Menzi doing his job with a couple of dance moves in between.

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The video quickly went viral and received over 127 000 views. South Africans loved the traffic officer's amazing attitude and her moves. Suzette captioned the post:

"Traffic Warden Menzi has such a passion for his work, I respect him so much. Salute my colleague for a job well done."

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