- A young South African man uploaded a dance video that has gone viral, however not for his moves
- @leboclive uploaded a video to Twitter of an older man trying to copy his choreography at the groove and SA is in stitches
- The video was uploaded over the weekend and has since gained over 85 000 views on the social networking site
South Africans love a good party, regardless of age Saffas know their moves. In a new viral video, a young man shared how he got down at a party. The best part of the video was the older man behind him trying to copy his moves.
@leboclive (Lebo Clive) uploaded the video to Twitter over the weekend and it has since gained over 85 000 views on the microblogging site. He captioned the video: "It’s the old man at the back trying to copy me."
Lebo added a few laughing emojis to his caption as he was left in stitches. The tweet now has over 7 000 likes, 1 000 retweets and the replies section is filled with hilarious reactions to the man attempting to copy Lebo's moves.
Take a look at the 13-second clip below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"Middle age crisis in full swing."
"Imagine scrolling through Twitter and seeing how happy your father is at the groove."
"I can just imagine him saying, 'Ah these youngstahs...' "
In other viral dance news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the "disgusting face dance," a new challenge taking Mzansi by storm. Dance challenges are the be-all and end-all for most South Africans as dancing is a big part of our culture as a nation.
Most recently Saffas have been participating in the #JerusalemaChallenge to the global hit - Jerusalema. Now the country has been hit by another dance challenge - the disgusting face dance. This dance is typically done to songs from the AmaPiano genre.
It entails weird facial expressions and slight head movement. Some people do use their body's to go along with the facial expressions, but generally it is just the odd facial expressions paired with a little bit of head movement. Videos of the challenge are all over social media already.
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