- A video of unknown people having some fun in the rain has surfaced online
- In the short clip, the group seems completely unbothered by the cold water falling from the sky
- Twitter users weighed in on the video, questioning whether the group were sober or not
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South African musician Daniel Marven once again took to his Twitter to share an interesting video clip. In the clip, a large group of unknown South African people can be seen having the absolute time of their lives.
Completely unfazed, all of them can be seen dancing out in the rain that is falling pretty hard from the sky while at an unknown groove. The ground on which they stand is also very muddy and obviously causing a big mess, this also doesn't seem to bother the partiers as some of them go out of their way to kick up the mud.
Twitter users compared the dancers once again to Peppa Pig, the children's cartoon character who also enjoys a good mud puddle every now and then. Other social media users simply took to the comment section to laugh, while a small number of them wondered whether the revellers were under some sort of influence.
Read their comments below.
"Ke bo Peppa Pig nah? Busy jumping in the muddy puddles."
"I don't blame them, the DJ is on fire."
"The ones dancing the most in the mud are the ones who are walking home."
While @callmemowill replying to @danielmarven said:
"How is no one falling? Lol."
Briefly.co.za also reported, a group of absolutely gorgeous women recently set the internet alight. In the clip that was uploaded by Twitter user Kulanicool, the young women can be seen doing an assortment of provocative dance moves.
The ladies, who are enjoying themselves at a local groove, clearly have no worries as they show off their dance styles while all dressed up in their black outfits. Their hair and make-up are also done beautifully.
Twitter users and Mzansi men were left with their tongues wagging by the Twitter post, viewing it over 30 000 times. The clip also generated over one thousand likes. Meanwhile, many of the app's users took to the comments section to share their thoughts, mostly around the cameraman's commentary skills.
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