- Mohale Motaung recently shared a video of himself trying to dance like Makhadzi
- The media personality, who is married to Somizi, posted the video online to mixed reactions
- Some social media users thought he nailed it, while others believe he should keep practicing
Mohale Motaung absolutely adores Makhadzi. The media personality posts about her often. This time around he tried to dance like her in a video that he shared on social media.
Social media users had mixed reactions about his dance. But Makhadzi did retweet it onto her timeline, so maybe she liked it.
Twitter user NtsikiVanie siad:
"I'm not sure"
"You are dancing very nice ngathi ungagipha imali"
"I think the minute you starting clapping your hands, I knew that nna lwena same whatsapp group"
"Wow u not bad at all...livinga soft life looks good on you"
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mohale Motaung recently took to social media with a special request for Makhadzi. The media personality was listening to the hit Di Boya Limpopo by Makhadzi, Zanda Zakuza and Master KG.
Sharing a video to himself jamming to the track, Mohale asked the artists to teach him the lyrics of the song. He further asked Makhadzi to teach him to dance as well as she does.
Mzansi social media users were amused by his cute request:
"Hi @makhadzimuimbi @zandazakuza @MasterKGsa - please teach me the lyrics to this song. Hi @makhadzimuimbi - please teach me how to dance like you."
Twitter user @NundluKandlela said:
"Please Mohale, you should dance next to Tshakuma fruit market."
"Mohale come to Limpopo."
"Yoh you can sing wena maan."
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Makhadzi has taken to social media to celebrate a huge accomplishment for her song Murahu. The music video for the track has been viewed over one million times in just two weeks.
"Thanks for 1 million views in 2 weeks."
Social media users congratulated her for the big win while others were curious about the progress of her squabbles with her former manager Rita Dee.
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