- A clip of two men expertly breaking it down to a popular house song has been shared online
- In the clip, the two young men appear to be in a studio as they execute the exact same dance moves seamlessly together
- Many locals loved the dancing and swiftly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts about it
If there's one thing many South Africans can do it's dance and even when they can't, it's a whole entire vibe. A clip of two young Mzansi men breaking it down is a true testament to this statement.
The highly entertaining clip that was shared by the Twitter page @SATrendingVids, the two young men can be seen dancing like there is no tomorrow while a popular house song blares on in the background.
The clip left many South Africans wishing that they too had the moves and the confidence to break it down on camera. Many of them headed to the comment section to either compliment the gents or to ask about the song.
Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"Title of this ngoma please."
@MaTlhompho10 also asked:
"Name of the song please."
"Is this Studio88 house warming?"
"Facial expressions are everything."
"I can only do these dances in my head."
"I dance like this in my head."
Meanwhile in other fun Briefly.co.za dance news, a beautiful young South African mother recently had a lot of local Twitter users in their feels after she shared an adorable clip of her son behaving absolutely adorably. In the clip, the little one perfectly imitates his idol, Cassper Nyovest.
The young mom with the Twitter handle @BonoloMaruping_ shared two clips, one of Nyovest dancing and another of her son copying his every move and even wearing a similar outfit. In the caption, she explains that her son just loves the local rapper.
"My son's obsession with @casspernyovest is so cute @kaboentlemaruping on IG #majaivane #casspernyovestchallenge #boity," she captioned the cute clip.
The adorable clip left many South Africans rushing to the comment section to share their thoughts on the cute kid.
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