- A South African Twitter user recently headed online to share a clip of some church members dancing during a service
- In the clip, some of the members are even on the floor while they break it down surrounded by other jovial service-goers
- Locals found the whole thing extremely funny and wasted no time sharing their thoughts about it in the comment section of the post
In the last few days, Christians have been celebrating Easter. Judging by a recent clip shared on Twitter by @kulanicool, some believers were clearly celebrating a whole lot more vigorously than others.
In the hilarious clip that was shared by Kulani, the church members are having what looks like the time of their lives dancing, blowing whistles, using musical instruments and cheering happily while being recorded. Some of the church members are even lying on the ground as they dance and sing with the rest of the churchgoers.
South Africans clearly loved watching it as it received over 37k views. Many people were also quick to take to the comment section to share hilarious jokes and comments about the happy-go-lucky church people.
Read a few of their funny comments below:
"Yho people have been tryna go to church... ku'gcwele ka ngaka."
"My next week's location on Sunday... ngila!"
"And then nouw keng ka amadodana."
"Awu shame they really missed church ne."
"This Easter is lit mos."
"At least they have masks on."
"Has it been that long though?"
In other fun Briefly.co.za news it isn't every day that one gets to see an elderly lady dressed in her best church clothes dancing like there is no tomorrow. Lucky for us a clip of just such a thing was shared on Twitter by a user with the handle, @siriyonce_.
In the clip, the lady, who appears to be at least over 50, can be seen dancing wildly along to a TikTok remake of Cardi B's popular hit song Up. In the caption of the post, the poster exclaims that aunties, meaning older people have discovered the song on the popular app that is widely used by youngsters.
"Sweet Jesus the aunties found this sound...!"
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