"Go deeper papa": Mzansi responds to lit clip of young guys dancing

"Go deeper papa": Mzansi responds to lit clip of young guys dancing

- A clip of four South African guys doing killer moves has been making its way around the internet, shared on the Facebook page The PE Boys

- In the clip the group dances along to the vibey background music, syncing the different beats with their steps

- Locals absolutely loved the clip, reacting to it thousands of times; many also shared their thoughts in the comment section

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It's a festive Friday and most South Africans are in a great mood despite having faced a tough 2020. A group of guys is helping to lift everyone's spirit by dancing amazingly in videos to share with the world.

In a viral clip that was first posted on Facebook by The PE Boys Facebook page, the young men can be seen blowing people away from start to finish with their amazing and rhythmic dance moves.

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What's even more amazing is that each of the boys both collectively and individually was able to perform moves that coordinated with the complicated yet enjoyable beat of the song perfectly every time.

South Africans completely loved the clip, many of them heading to the comment section to share their thoughts, a few of which you can read below.

Monique Petersen said:

"Fire fire fire, I got goosebumps watching this, you guys are amazing beyond."

Samantha King Gouws said:

"I just love you guys, I cannot wait for you to come to Mthatha... you guys are amazing."

Bryce Mark Nacken said:

"Now that leg twist move!!! Go deeper papa."

Patriano Ashzinn II said:

"This is fire, I watched this on repeat, good job junior."
SA reacts happily to clip of young men dancing
Mzansi was left in a Friyay mood after clip of locals dancing went viral. Image: @The PE Boys
Source: Facebook

In other lighthearted Briefly.co.za news, celebrating wins will always bring smiles to faces. Especially when the achievement comes from hard work. @Samke_nkwanyan did just that as she shared an image of the house she worked hard to build.

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According to @Samke_nkwanyan, it took four months to complete the building of her home as her salary is R2 000. @Samke_nkwanyan went on to say in a follow-up tweet that she did have R10 000 in savings.

She took a loan of R5 000, which she paid back from August to now. Even with her savings, loan and salary, she still struggled. @Samke_nkwanyan said she asked for help from family and friends who did all they could to assist.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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