- A short clip of two people dancing has been circulating on social media
- In the clip, one of the dancers can be seen wearing a safari styled suit
- The pair received high praise from social media users who thought that the dancers were a whole vibe
A short video clip of an unknown Mzansi pair dancing has been making its rounds on social media. In the clip, the two can be seen doing all sorts of lit dance moves while breaking it down to a local song.
One of the dancers who can be seen all dressed up in his khaki safari outfit really got the attention of tweeps after he can be seen acing every single move all while wearing his super short shorts and high socks.
Twitter users could not contain their feelings about the dancers even offering to let him "keep the land." They also shared all sorts of other hilarious comments in the comment section, some of which you can read below.
" Did you photoshop his moves?"
"Yazini keep the land its yours."
"Give that man a land..."
"Those moves are too perfect my guy."
"Love the moves. Eish I wonder why am only pulling good moves in the mirror."
While @to_scooter wrote:
"Please God, this is the South Africa that we crave and yearn for."
"Good moves hey...Could make good background to one of mapiano music."
Briefly.co.za also reported, The South African Police Service (SAPS) hosted its annual National Police Prayer Day at the SAPS Academy today. The Prayer Day is held to mark the closing of Police Safety Month, which is commemorated every September.
The SAPS heeded calls from President Cyril Ramaphosa for all South Africans to participate in the #JerusalemaChallenge by showing off their moves at the service earlier today. National Commissioner of the SAPS General Khehla Sitole together with management and members participated.
A video of the service and the #JersualemaChallenge was uploaded to YouTube by the SAPS and shared to various social networking sites by the SAPS. A 22-minute video was uploaded to Twitter by @SAPoliceService.
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