- A video was shared online showing a prisoner allegedly dancing in a jail block
- South Africans were confused over the footage, asking how they have phones and data in prison
- However, some felt that the man in the video might still just be in the holding cells, not in jail
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When one thinks of prison, you think of a place where criminals go to be reprimanded for the crime they did in society. However, sometimes it appears the treatment of those in jail are better than the living conditions of many South Africans.
A video has surfaced online showing an alleged prisoner enjoying music and dancing in a prison block.
The clip was shared on Twitter by social media user @honey_c17, who captioned it:
Take a look at the post below:
The video gathered over 270 000 views and it had South Africans divided. Some wanted to know why prisoners were given cellphone privileges while others said the man was in a holding cell, not prison.
Twitter user, @TumeloMaboea, commented:
"If they still in their clothes it must be holding cells or they still waiting for sentencing."
Social media user, @EmbeeMalema, wrote:
"They even send us eWallets from prison chommie."
Another tweep, @baluciaga, added:
"The way he pulled his beanie down was so smooth, nearly gave him my phone OMG."
Meanwhile, another dance video has taken the country by storm. Briefly.co.za previously reported a new dance challenge has hit the ground in South Africa after a video of a group of ladies dancing at a petrol station went viral. Some of the ladies had bottles of alcohol in their hands as they danced to John Vuli Gate.
The video was initially uploaded to TikTok by @angel737277 and was then shared to Twitter by various users. The video sparked the beginning of a new challenge as others started uploading videos of themselves dancing to the song.
The unique dance moves paired with the catchy lyrics is creating excitement for the upcoming holiday season. Some are saying that the challenge was sparked by a group of young men dancing to the song. John Vuli Gate is a relatively new song by Mapara A Jazz featuring Ntosh Gaz and Colano.
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