- A dance video of two siblings getting lit to MFR Souls' hit song Amanikiniki has made it's way to Twitter
- Chad Jones and his sister Amber shared the video to TikTok and it was uploaded to Twitter by @CrazieyyA
- The video has gained almost 50 000 views since it was uploaded earlier this week and Mzansi tweeps are living for it
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An amazing dance video has emerged of two siblings getting down to MFR Souls' hit song Amanikiniki. The video of Chad and Amber Jones, who reside in Cape Town, was initially uploaded to TikTok. The duo recently made their way to Twitter.
Twitter user @CrazieyyA uploaded the video on Monday and it has since gained almost 50 000 views from proud Saffa tweeps. Chad is known for getting down to fire local tracks on his TikToks, often including his parents in his videos.
Many Saffa tweeps were under the impression that the Joneses were not from Mzansi, but they most definitely are.
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Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the rplies under the tweet by @CrazieyyA.
"Live in the moment."
"I can’t even dance like this and they’re killing it."
"They dance waaay better than I can, PAIN."
"They’re so cute."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of a little Tsonga girl dancing that resurfaced on social media. September is Heritage Month and South Africans have been celebrating their cultures on social media. One young girl won over Mzansi social media users' hearts with her adorable dancing.
A clip shows the unidentified girl dressed in Tsonga attire dancing for a crowd. Several ladies approached the little dancer to give her money and it is the cutest thing ever. The video was originally posted in 2016 but it resurfaced on the #ImStaying group this week.
The clip was shared by social media user, Neo Jennifer, on Monday. Social media users absolutely loved the throwback clip and they showered the little dancer with compliments. The post was captioned:
"I'm staying proudly South African."
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