- A short clip of a very talented school child showcasing his dance moves has been shared online
- In the clip, the youngster shows off his skills confidently while wearing his school uniform
- Locals were blown away by his moves and made this very clear as they complimented him in the comment section
Some lucky people were born with the amazing ability to move their bodies in a way that not only entertains but also expresses their feelings. A young man with incredible dance skills was recently shared on our timelines.
In the clip that was shared on Twitter by @GomolemoSA, a school child who looks no older than 15 can be seen in his school uniform executing a number of dance styles with utter perfection and confidence.
"The sad generation can really dance yaz," Gomolemo captioned the amazing dance clip.
Many people could not agree more. The clip received over 50k views and many comments from impressed Twitter users who wasted no time sharing compliments. Read a few of their thoughts below:
"Ka nako eo Mmae le Ntatae ba patala R28 000 yena o busy o butse sekele, bo Jan le bo Marie ba ya library, ke ya tjho tje!"
"That time he's the most intelligent of them all, dancing is just something he likes."
"Why the bystanders always act relevant and disturb the dancer?"
"My nephew is going crazy here, he wants this video so bad. Now I'm gonna have to keep abafana abancan dancing in my phone."
In similar vibey Briefly News reports, there's nothing like a lit dance clip to get things going on a Monday. One such lit clip was shared online by a local Twitter user with the handle @KR_Mosikili, who was super impressed by his own moves in the short clip.
The young men in the video, who appear to be at a groove and completely in their comfort zones, are dancing like there is really no tomorrow. The young men also seemed to have rehearsed their steps as they manage to perform the dance perfectly in sync.
"Di a bowa K-La-K," one of the dancers and the uploader of the clip wrote in the caption.
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