- A large number of people have commented on a video of a Catholic nun dancing to a secular song during a party
- While some tweeps believe that her act is a healthy way of unwinding, others thought otherwise
- In the clip, the woman excitedly dances to Timaya's I Concur as photographers try to take her shots
The video of a Catholic sister dancing to Timaya's song I Concur has got many people talking on the internet.
Since the short clip was posted by @Naija_PR on Twitter, it has been watched over 4,000 times. As the song plays in the background with some instrumental, the sister shows off her dance moves.
With the MC as her hypeman, the woman kept on dancing with a happy face as she had the audience entertained.
The setting of the occasion looked like a wedding reception. After dancing for some seconds amid paparazzis' shots, the woman went into the crowd, perhaps to find her seat.
Watch the video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions to the video below:
"No dey too collect drink for party u no go hear. My mind is telling me she's operating from another realm."
"Sister biko enjoy life no dey two."
"This na Cele sister. Can never be Catholic Church wey I know."
"Sister don take something."
"Na that fair babe wey wan snap her I pity. She dey find good shot."
"If you no dey catch cruise Na on your own u dey."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a grandmother has become an instant internet sensation with her “legwork” moves while dancing with her grandson.
In a viral video that's going wild online, the grandma slugged it out with her grandson in a dance competition. The duo seemed to be in sync as the elderly woman showed she was equal to the task. The flexibility showed by the grandma greatly belie her old age.
The video that has gone viral on social media and in some way supports how very powerful pop culture is and the manner it has influenced so many parts of human daily lives.
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Source: Briefly News