- A video of an unknown man twerking in his own unique way at a groove has left many South Africans shook
- The man transitions from twerking on a chair to standing upright without missing a single beat
- The video of him dancing was shared by Facebook page SA HOUSE MUSIC Downloads and is certainly showing us some Friday flames
A man showing off his twerking skills has made it's way to social media and many South Africans are pretty shook. He doesn't twerk in the more "traditional" bum-shaking way, but rather uses his hips to shake what his mama gave him.
At the beginning of the video, the man is leaning over a chair while shaking his derrière. He then slowly stands up (making sure to continue the shaking and Shakira-like hip movements) and moves a bit away from the chair.
He twerks for a little longer while tucking in his shirt and then leans over the chair once more. The unknown man is certainly showing us some flames in this unique video that was shared to Facebook by SA HOUSE MUSIC Downloads.
Take a look at the full 30-second clip below:
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the comments left under the video.
Kholisile Jameson wrote:
"This guy deserves a Playstation 5."
Lolly Sephiri said:
"Looks like the chair is kick-starting the a** more."
Givo Wa Le Bakajuju commented:
"Our boyfriends, Nkosi yam."
Dexter Chiwa added:
"This guy will not attend the 2021 men's conference."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a local man's 'ssslick' dance moves. A video of the peculiar snake-like dance was shared to Twitter by popular tweep Daniel Marven recently and has already gained over 11 000 views.
At the beginning of the video, the man is seated. Somehow, the music gets into his bones and the dance moves take over. He stands up, making sure that every move is silky smooth. Most of his moves involve his arms and shoulders.
While there are many others visible at the groove, the unknown man definitely steals the spotlight. Marven likened the man's dance moves to those of a snake.
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