- A vibey clip of two South African police officers dancing has been shared on TikTok by an impressed local
- While both officers have moves for days, many local ladies seemed to prefer the taller of the two, who is seen in front of the camera
- The clip garnered many reactions from TikTok users who complimented the talented officers
Two police officers have crept into many hearts after they were recorded breaking it down to a lit Amapiano song. In the clip that was shared by TikTok user on the app, the two cops are fully clothed in their signature blue police uniform.
While one of them takes the spotlight and dances confidently for the camera placed in front of him, the shorter of the two stands at the back sporting a kind of shy look on his face, yet he also showcases his skills despite being visibly more nervous.
The two are no strangers to the camera and a quick scroll through @lwandileqeja's TikTok account will prove this to be the case as another couple of clips of the two of them dancing together clearly become visible.
Meanwhile, locals have had a lot to say about the clip in the comment section of the post. Many seemed to think the young cop in the front was quite handsome and skilled. Read a few of their very interesting comments below:
"The tall guy is rocking guys."
"The tall guy in the front is killing it."
User 52244 said:
"Love the vibe."
Briefly News also reported that South Africans never disappoint when it comes to creating and sharing content that leaves people tearing up from laughter. Another one of those golden clips have been shared online that left people wondering what the heck they were watching.
In a funny video that was shared by Twitter user, @GlendaM_M, an old lady can be seen dancing like a young woman with no care in the world. In the background of the short recording, a crowd can be heard thoroughly enjoying what the gogo had to offer as they cheered and whistled for her vibey dance moves.
"Haaikhona," Glenda captioned the funny video clip.
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