- A South African man has gone viral after a video of him dancing at a funeral was uploaded to Twitter
- The video was uploaded by @SpeshZondo in response to a tweet by @KhulukaziH who asked for house music at her funeral
- The viral video has almost gained 30 000 views on the app since its upload yesterday
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Different cultures perform funerals in different ways. Some consider it a celebration of their gone loved one's life and other's take it as a time of mourning. In a new viral video, a man can be seen busting a move at a funeral.
The video was uploaded to Twitter by @SpeshZondo yesterday as a quote tweet response to @KhulukaziH's tweet which read: "Please bury me with house music." The video has almost reached 30 000 views on the app.
With over 2 000 likes and almost 1 000 retweets, @SpeshZondo's tweet has left Saffa tweeps in stitches. Many tweeps tagged friends and family asking them to celebrate their funeral in the same way.
Take a look at the 19-second clip below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the replies left under the tweet:
"There’s always this one person."
"It's almost 2am and wow I'm crying in bed."
"It's the flip-flops for me."
In other news about viral dance videos, Briefly.co.za recently reported on two khaki-wearing guys' showing off their lit dance moves. 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.
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