- A grandmother has dished out so much positive energy at a wedding ceremony as everyone focused on her
- The woman was able to capture people's attention with her dance moves that got her removing footwears
- There were, however, Twitter users who believed the woman must have taken some drink to dance that hard
A very short video has shown an elderly woman seizing the moment and entertaining wedding guests, with the MC serving as her hypeman.
In the clip, the compere hailed the woman in Yoruba words that loosely translate as "Mummy don't kill me o."
The grandma who some believed must have taken something danced hard as she showed off her hand and leg moves.
Recall that a Catholic sister at a wedding ceremony also enjoyed herself as she vibed to Timaya's I Concur. Her act then also got many people talking online.
In this present clip, the woman went totally off-shod so that her footwears do not mar the performance. People stood around in amazement.
See the video below:
Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Guess she ate the wrong Jollof rice."
"She looks like that mama that goes to random weddings in Akure to dance. She makes money from doing this."
"Why do i feel i started this 'mapa mi' and 'Toco Mapamina Toco Mapamina'."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that 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.
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