- A short clip of local teens sharing a fun dance together has been making its rounds on Twitter
- In the clip the fun bunch can be seen jumping out of a taxi before starting to dance
- Twitter users shared their feels in the reply section
A group of youngsters recently got everyone in a weekend mood after a clip of them having some fun dancing together surfaced online. In the clip, the young men and women can be seen jumping out of a taxi.
The video which was uploaded by Twitter user, @Katlego_Sii, the guys exit the vehicle one by one and join in on the weird but funky dance. Soon what started out as three guys dancing together, turns into a whole bunch of people breaking it down in a truly festive manner.
Twitter users who loved watching the young people have fun, viewed the short clip over 11 000 times. They also like the post nearly 1000 times. Meanwhile, others took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the vibey clip.
You can read some of those thoughts below.
"Finally! A dance move to suit my capabilities."
"Reminds me of Abo Skhothane days in my hood. Are they still existing?"
"Probably one of the laziest moves I've seen thus far and glad I'll be able to do it well just like the guy in the middle."
"I was one of those that believed I was gonna kill these moves. Guys I still failed."
Briefly.co.za also reported, 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.
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