- A local man recently took to Facebook to show off his great dancing skills
- The man, who goes by JuanDreee, has been showing up on everyone's timelines with the best dance moves
- Facebookers were pleasantly surprised at the guy's ability to break it down so well
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A South African man is quickly becoming an internet sensation because of his amazing ability to dance. Most recently a video of him dancing along to MFR Soul'sAmaninkinki has been shared on Facebook by a Facebook user, Rato Thokoza Chef.
In the video, the young man, who has been identified as Juandré Nortje - who is dressed in all black - can be seen acing every single dance move effortlessly while the popular house song plays in the background.
Juandré is quickly becoming an internet sensation with many video clips of himself doing all sorts of popular dance moves to Mzansi hit songs, have been circulating on many different social media platforms.
Meanwhile, Facebook users took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the young man's latest dance video offering. You can read some of their comments below.
Rato Thokoza Chef wrote:
"He's good shem, some of us have attempted the vosho... went down and never came back up."
Phindi Mamthembu said:
"I love him so much."
Mbalezinhle Mambaliza Zikhali commented:
"He's good though."
Wiseman Mangaliso wrote:
"Is this guy really white? Excuse my ignorance! Dance amazing"
Briefly.co.za also reported, 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.
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