- A group of talented Nigerian-American street performers took to Twitter to share their rendition of a lively dance done to local Amapiano music
- The video has since gone viral on social media, amassing more than 150k views
- South African's can't get enough of their local music being enjoyed internationally and have taken to the comments section to share their reactions
Through fun and joy, dance has always been a way to bring people together no matter the cultural divides. A skilful group of Nigerian-American dancers took to the streets of Washington DC to share their love of South African amapiano music with locals.
The gentlemen brought a busy intersection to a captivated standstill as they pranced in the street and brought traffic to a complete halt. Watching the viral video, it's clear the three dancers were absolute vibes, encouraging residents to join in the rhythmic 'line-dance'.
Twitter users were sure to share their reactions to the viral video. Read some of their comments below:
"Monday energy In the street of WHITE HOUSE!! Wozaaaaaaa!"
" I'm here for the lady in a dress."
"The two guys in suits for me."
"I still remember my boy who introduced me to Piano, saying one day they will respect Piano."
"This is fun to watch... Nigerians and vibes."
In the clip that was shared by the new bride, @nelly_hlombe, she and her hubby can be seen making the wedding entrance of many hopefuls' dreams. The stunning couple made their entrance extra sweet as they danced together blissfully.
"So, I got married over the long weekend... Yup our 1st time walking in as Mr. & Mrs. Zulu Ndlunkulu MaHlombe no Mntwana uNkanyiso," she captioned the clip happily.
South Africans absolutely loved the amazing clip and soon it received 132k views. Many people also headed to the comment section to share a plethora of amazing comments and thoughtful words. Read a few of their comments below:
"So beautiful. Was smiling so hard throughout."
"The results of marrying your best friend. Can I please be blessed with this type of wedding, this is beautiful."
"I'm obsessed and can't stop watching."
"This brought tears to me, I watched over and over."
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