- A video of a man dancing while giving directions to someone has gone viral on social media
- The video was uploaded to Twitter by Tumi Sole in the early hours of this morning, creating serious Friday vibes
- South African tweeps took to Tumi's replies section to share their thoughts on the dancing man
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It's finally Friday and Tumi Sole decided to start everyone's day off with a wonderful video. Tumi uploaded a video of a man dancing while giving directions. At the beginning of the video, his arm is outstretched towards his right.
He then points to his left and makes a smooth turn to face the person recording the wholesome video, all while dancing. The unknown man leans over and starts moving his right shoulder in unison with his legs.
Tumi uploaded the video to Twitter in the early hours of this morning and it has already gained over 14 000 views on the social networking site. Saffa tweeps took to the replies section to talk about the man's moves.
Take a look at the video below:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say:
"I love this country."
"I can't believe he's better than me at this!!"
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported on a video of two ladies busting a move and winning Mzansi over. Two South African ladies who were filmed dancing at a get-together have won Mzansi over.
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!"
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