- A South African man is quickly becoming an internet sensation after a video showing him waving money around went viral
- The unknown man, standing on a chair, waves a bunch of R200 notes in the air at the party he's attending
- The video was shared to Twitter by @kulanicool and Saffa tweeps had various reactions to the man's odd actions
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Money is a very valuable thing and in recent times it's becoming more and more scarce as many people tend to be struggling. One local man does not fall into that category. A video of the man flaunting wads of cash at a party has gone viral.
In the beginning of the video, the man can be seen standing on a chair. Out of nowhere, he starts showing off a large amount of what appears to be R200 notes. The unknown man can then be seen showing off his large stack of cash in every direction.
He also makes sure to dance while doing so. The video was shared to Twitter recently by @kulanicool and has already gained over 11 000 views on the app. Saffa tweeps reacted with memes, GIFs and other jokes.
Take a look at the man and his money in the video below:
Take a look at what some tweeps are saying:
"The lady dancing is grooving with a blanket on? This party was really for us old folks."
"Someone tag the Hawks please #Hawksarrests."
In other news about odd viral videos, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of men dancing with their heads pressed together. South African dances have taken over the world - from the viral Jerusalema challenge to the time Rihanna did the Gwara Gwara at the 2018 Grammys.
However, some of our dances aren't as popular as the above-mentioned. In fact, a recent move has gone viral on Mzansi social media and it only left South Africans confused... and a little amused. This confusion arose after a video of men dancing with their heads together was shared to Twitter.
The video was shared by Daniel Marven who captioned it:
"I'm done with this country, what's the name of this dance move?"
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