- A video of pair of guys recently went viral
- In the short clip, the two can be seen expertly delivering fire dance moves
- They left tweeps highly entertained with their moves and facial expressions
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently made the announcement that South Africa will soon be moving to alert lockdown Level 1. The news was met with tons of celebration from South Africans who love the fact that there will be a little more freedom to do all the things they love.
Setting the mood for the good news is the video clip of a dancing duo that recently set the internet alight. The short clip, which was uploaded by Robot_Boii on Twitter, features the young men serving up some seriously lit dance moves which are seriously a vibe.
The tweet was warmly welcomed by the users of the app who loved watching the pair break it down. While many of them simply commented fire flame emojis, others laughed at the dancers' crazy facial expressions.
Here are some of their comments.
"South Africans were cut from a different cloth."
"Somebody please screenshot the faces."
"Y'all dance so effortlessly."
"Level 1 mode unlocked."
While @Mido_Mandela wrote:
"Damn, you guys killed that dance."
In other Briefly.co.za viral dance news, Master KG and Nomcebo's Jerusalema has seemingly started a never-ending, fun-filled and inexplicably endearing dance challenge. People all over the world just can't get enough of the vibey song, or dance that comes with it.
While Briefly.co.za has proven time and time again, that the song is a source of fun for the young and old, a funny clip that has recently made its rounds on social media has been a source of endless laughter on Twitter.
In the clip, which was uploaded by Twitter user, @Kendlaz an unknown group of people can be seen jiving along vibrantly to the hit song when all of a sudden one of the group's members - who seems notably overly excited - falls face-first to the floor.
While the man, who made a quick recovery from his untimely collision with the ground, became an instant source for laughter and perhaps shock, he also messed up his crew's vibe after they had to stop dancing and check if he was okay. Which it turns out he was. Thank God.
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