- Viola Davis got South African social media users super excited when she shared an Amapiano song
- The actress posted the video so that she could celebrate stepping into International Women's Day
- South Africans flooded Viola's comments section, so chuffed to be getting international recognition
American actress Viola Davis got the timeline into a frenzy when she shared an Amapiano song to celebrate International Women's Day. Viola was super excited to be celebrating the international holiday this year and captioned her post:
"Stepping into International Women's Day like..."
The Amapiano music genre is starting to make waves all over the world, especially after TikTok started becoming more popular. Celebrities all over the world have been enjoying the music.
Viola Davis's fans commented on her post and many loved the fact that she had shared an Amapiano jam to her page. Check out some of the reactions below:
"We are not leaving until every single South African sees this."
"We must find a South African name for you soon."
"Are you kidding me?!?! Everything about this video made me smile."
"We have that effect in South Africa, thank you for appreciating our home-brewed music and video."
"South Africans are such vibrant beautiful people. I do love my country. But we even dance when we are unhappy."
Check out the video below:
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that US Rapper Diddy jammed to a Focalistic Track and Mzansi reacted. American rapper Diddy left Mzansi social media users excited and impressed when a video of him jamming to Ke Star by Focalistic was shared online.
The footage showed the billionaire dancing, albeit a little strangely, to the South African Amapiano star’s track. The dancing was so out of rhythm that many thought that the song may have been dubbed into the video.
However, it turns out Diddy is just a terrible dancer. Either way, South Africans loved the fact that the international star took the time to appreciate our homegrown music.
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