- Bontle Modiselle decided to take to Instagram to upload a video of herself doing a WAP challenge with a twist
- The choreographer added a little bit of South Africa to the globally famous Cardi B anthem
- Bontle titled the dance 'Afro WAP' and combined the moves with some classic local choreography
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Bontle Modiselle took to social media to start a dancing challenge of her own creation. The famous dancer decided to combine the moves associated with Cardi B's WAP music video and some classic South African dance moves.
Bontle also decided to overlay the global hit song with a local beat. The talent then showed her fire moves to camera and shared the footage with her almost two million followers.
She aptly titled the new song-and-dance combo 'Afro WAP' in acknowledgement of both inspirations for the routine.
Mzansi applauded her moves and creativity and took to the comments to voice their opinions. No doubt there will soon be a whole lot of Bontle fans posting their own renditions of her 'Afro WAP'.
In other Bontle-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the star and Priddy Ugly sharing a picture of their little bundle of joy.
Proud parents Bontle Modiselle and Priddy Ugly had chosen to keep their baby girl's face hidden. Choosing to keep your child’s face out of the media when you are in the public eye is totally understandable. Briefly.co.za knows how strongly Bontle and Priddy Ugly have felt about keeping baby Afrika’s face hidden, so when this post recent post dropped it came as a pleasant surprise.
Up until now, Bontle and Priddy have either blurred out baby’s face or found some way to hide it when posting pictures of her.
Taking to social media with an appreciation post to all the working and studying moms out there, Bontle posted a clip of her and her baby girl which gave fans the first glimpse of baby Afrika’s precious little face. Although it is not a fully facial snap, you are able to see the curtness that is Bontle and Priddy Ugly’s tiny princess.
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