- Another video of the khaki-wearing dancer has surfaced online and it impressed Saffas
- The young white man showed off his moves to Amanikiniki and he absolutely nailed it
- The clip quickly gathered several thousand views and Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the reactions
A young man has stunned over 5 000 social media users with his dance moves. The white dancer, who is seen wearing khaki clothes often rocked by farmers, dances to MFR Souls' viral song, Amanikiniki.
The video was shared on Twitter by social media user @MzansisHP, who captioned it:
"Grootman is back for a midweek #Amagetdown."
It appears that the young man is the same dancer who went viral in a previous video. Briefly.co.za reported last month 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.
Take a look at the video below:
The latest video gathered over 5 000 views in less than a day and Mzansi loved the young man's dancing.
Twitter user, @MmatlouLebogang, commented:
"Legs that never miss leg day."
Another tweep, @CallMeMalume_ZN, added:
"Guys do people that move so fluidly like this exist or is this “Videoshop”. I can’t even move my toes."
Social media user, @LehlohonoloDiem, wrote:
"Clearly, he has a left and a right leg. Unlike some of us."
Tweep, @fdlrebel, said:
"This one can have some land."
Another dance video has captured Mzansi social media users' hearts. Two adorable little boys have gone viral for dancing to Master KG and Nomcebo's hit song Jerusalema. The 58-second clip starts with a boy in a blue long sleeve T-shirt dancing on his own before he is joined by a friend in red.
The two boys show off their amazing synchronisation and dance skills with each having a solo at different times. At the 30-second mark a third boy, with a white T-shirt joins in but doesn't stay for too long.
The cute video of the little boys was posted to Facebook by New African Woman Magazine and has gained around 1.6 million views, 76 000 reactions, 30 000 shares and over 5 000 comments. The page said it was a repost from @masakakidsafrican from Instagram.
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