- A video of an adorable local grandmother dancing in a car has gone viral on social media
- @jabu1ani shared the video to his Twitter account and South Africans can't help but reminisce about their own grandmothers
- The video starts off with the granny being a bit afraid to be in the vehicle but once the music starts she's all smiles
An adorable video of a grandmother busting some moves in a car has gone viral on social media. @jabu1ani shared the video to his Twitter account recently and many South Africans are experiencing some feelings of nostalgia.
In the video, the lovely granny seems to be a bit fearful to enter the car. Someone comes in to assist her with getting into the passenger seat. Once seated, the grandmother tries to make an escape.
The driver begins to play some music and before you know it, gogo is full of smiles. She then starts to show off her dance moves.
Take a look at the video below:
Here are some of the responses from Saffa tweeps:
"Aw, this brought tears to my eyes. Am imagining how my late mom would have reacted stepping into my first car."
"The first video I'm watching today and I'm already in tears."
"This is some pure content right here... Genuine!"
In other news about cute grandparents, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a mom who shared a picture of her son and his great-grandmother. Tsholo Dichabe shared an absolutely adorable image of her baby son and his 115-year-old great-grandmother.
According to Tsholo, the lady in the image is her son's father's grandmother and she feels blessed that her child could be held by her. Her son has both his granny and his great-grandmother in his life and Tsholo could not be more grateful.
She shared the post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and cites the lovely elderly lady as her reason for staying. Her post has already gained over 13 000 reactions with almost 400 comments from Stayers. Her full post read:
"I am staying because my son is so blessed to held by his father's grandmother. So blessed to have both his granny and his great-grandmother, who is 115 years old. For that reason, I am staying."
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