- A video of 2 ladies dancing has made it's way to South African Twitter and the nation loves it
- The video depicts a lady dancing near a car before the camera angle changes and focuses on another lady holding a chair
- The ladies then dance together with each of them skillfully showing off their own unique moves
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Two South African ladies who were filmed dancing at a get-together have won over Mzansi. It seems as though the ladies are dancing in a car park that was made into a party spot. Chairs, cooler boxes and even a Hookah can be seen.
One of the ladies, with a brown skirt on, is dancing next to a car. The camera angle then focuses on another lady in a pink top. The lady with the pink starts dancing while trying to reposition a chair.
She eventually leaves the chair and joins the lady with the brown skirt. Their moves are skilful and rather unique. The video of the ladies dancing was uploaded to Twitter by @ElihleGwala as part of a thread. The tweet was captioned: "The four leaders of groove! Our city girls!"
Take a look at the Twitter thread below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"She's my all-time fave though coz there's humour in it."
"Name a country more entertaining that South Africa. I’ll wait."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported on a remixed video that shows Trump dancing to . Donald Trump has now jumped on the Jerusalema bandwagon whether he likes it or not. David Scott, aka The Kiffness, is known for making parody videos and he used the US head of state in his latest creation.
Scott gathered several videos of Trump dancing and edited them over the hit song by Master KG and Nomcebo. He captioned the clip: "It had to be done." The video gathered over 27 700 views in just a day and it had South Africans laughing out loud.
"Hi @TheKiffness very nice, but please add muscle relaxant. Just to oil those moves a bit."
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Source: Briefly News