- A clip of two white men dancing along to Amanikiniki has gone viral
- In the clip, both guys are wearing old-style khaki safari suits while they break it down to the MFR Souls track
- Twitter users were left shook by how well they could dance, kasi-style
Two men recently represented old-style khaki wearers after they could be seen serving all sorts of moves in a short TikTok clip. The video was shared by artist and musician Daniel Marven on his Twitter page.
The clip, which received nearly 60 000 views, features the two men dancing along more than well to MFR Souls' viral song, Amanikiniki. What makes the clip even more hilarious is how well they are able to dance while wearing super tight safari suits.
The clip not only racked up thousands of views but thousands of comments too. Many Twitter users could not believe what they are looking at sharing all sorts of funny memes and comments beneath the post.
Here are some of those comments.
"They dance better than I do."
"No ways. I'm gonna start practising."
While @Ndlhovhini said:
"These guys must be pro dancers."
Briefly.co.za also reported how the Jerusalema Dance Challenge has become something of a national past time in recent days, and with President Cyril Ramaphosa telling SA to perform the dance has taken it to another level.
The South African navy must have thought that it was an order from the commander-in-chief and took it upon themselves to perform the dance. Jimmy Dekock posted the video in the Facebook group #ImStaying and it has been very well received, with people giving the navy a big thumbs-up.
Here are some of the comments from the proud SA people who watched the video:
Wezley Smit commented:
"I miss this place and it's people, brave Zulu guys!!!"
Sharon Johnson wrote:
"We salute you the SA Navy... YOU ROCK!"
While Noel Burt had this to say:
"Wow wow wow. They have precision. Well done. South African Army, can surely learn from them on how to do Command Parade. Well done guys, you serve us proud."
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