- A trio of South African schoolkids have gone viral in the country after a clip of them dancing together was shared online
- In the clip, the three teens who are wearing their school uniforms, perform their dance moves perfectly as a cameraperson expertly records them
- They received great reactions for the clip from locals who loved watching them breaking it down so vibey in the clip
A clip of three students absolutely killing a dance clip was shared on Twitter by a Twitter user with the handle @totaIIyprince. In the clip, the trio can be seen expertly dancing as a vibey South African house song blares in the background.
In the one-minute and thirty-second clip, the students are wearing their school uniforms while they each take turns to wow the crowd with their lit signature dance moves as the camera records them expertly.
"thinking about the beauty of this video! they're so effortless," @totallyprince captioned the vibey clip on Twitter.
Meanwhile, locals clearly loved it as it received over 229k views. It also got three thousand six hundred likes and many compliments in the form of comments from fans all over. Read a few of the comments below:
"This made me so happy I literally shed a tear."
"Wow Ok I really like this."
"If they were in st Patrick's college Mrs Van Zyl would have given the direction and connections to empower their artistic skills and abilities."
"Mesmerising! Who are they? I’d love to see more."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, Takkies has always been a vibe ever since we first met her while she sang in the Mzansi music group Fly Chix. Those days are far behind her as she now busies herself by being fit and sharing adorable videos of herself dancing with her cute family.
Heading online, Takkies posted a clip of herself, her hubby, and their two daughters enjoying some traditional XiTsonga dancing. The entire crew was even dressed in matching Tsonga attire - and yes it was adorable.
"Moments with my beautiful family Sending you all beautiful positive energy. #Xitsonga #Xibelani #SouthAfrica," she captioned the Twitter post.
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