- The ladies who went viral after they were spotted dancing at a petrol station have popped up on local timelines once again
- In a clip shared online, the young ladies can be seen dancing to the exact same house song but this time in different clothes
- Locals who watched the clip, soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts about the reappearance
Last year a group of young South African girls went viral after they were spotted dancing to a popular house song at a petrol station. In a clip shared by Daniel Marven on Twitter, the young woman can be seen evidently trying to make a come back to fame after the hype around them died down almost instantaneously.
"Do you Approve?" Marven asked his followers in the caption of the short and interesting Twitter clip.
Soon many of his followers were headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. A lot of them seemed both unimpressed and uninterested with what the ladies had to offer while some of them thought it was nice that they've made a reappearance.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Haaaiii ...even the Gents ko Moraga are Bored to Death"
"Ngathi you forget that they don't need our approval to do what they want ngempilo zabo"
"This is sad and disgrace bakithi"
"Yeah the place looks nice... Motho a ka chilla sharp le majita... Yeah I approve"
"No. They've had their 5 minutes of fame"
Briefly News previously reported that the ladies from the viral Vuli Gate Challenge seem to be getting the short end of the stick when it comes to impressing locals. This after they were invited to Idols to remake their viral dance moves on the show.
The girls received instant fame after the video started circulating on social media. Soon they became very sought after, even creating a hefty priceless to show up at Mzansi's most popular events and shows.
Their most recent appearance was on under the bright lights of the Idols SA stage. While they had the opportunity to shine, Mzanians were left disappointed and unconvinced by what they had to offer.
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