- A very vibey clip of two young ladies dancing while at a petrol station has been shared on Twitter
- In the clip, one of the ladies takes the spotlight as she performs all sorts of dance moves, much to the amazement of a petrol attendant
- Social media users clearly loved it as the clip soon got over 50k views and many comments
It seems like shaking what your momma gave you while at a petrol station is slowly becoming a thing here in Mzansi. Another viral clip of a woman with amazing dance skills has been shared on Mzansi Twitter streets.
In the clip, two ladies who are getting petrol filled seem to be overcome by the music and are soon dancing at the petrol station while waiting for the petrol attendant to finish filling their car.
"Someone will be fired for pouring full tank ya R100," @Fragiie_Millz captioned the vibey dance clip.
Many of the people who watched the clip definitely thought it was a vibe and made this clear in the comment section. Read a few of their comments below:
"We need to pray for our patrol attendants."
"She even beats Kamo Mphela this one."
"Ima asikho lapho. O munye no munye akabe ne shine yakhe c yeke nje indaba yama unnecessary comparisim sisi. Shiya nje phantsi okubi."
"After that dance, she drives away without paying for petrol."
"This gent isn’t even concerned about how much he is pouring, nabo these girls, it’s as if they are using this dancing as a strategy."
In other Briefly News, 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.
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