- A group of stunners recently decided to remake a viral video that first saw men dance with towels at a robot
- In the South African version, the woman are dressed in cute mini dresses and skirts as they jive across the road
- The clip has generated many comments from locals who thought they had some bomb dance skills
A group of women recently decided to offer the world their version of the viral robot towel dance that was first perfected by a group of really hot American men who decided to dance across a street robot while only dressed in towels.
In the South African ladies' version, they each are dressed in either a super cute, super tight and super short skirt or dress. They do however stick to the men's routine and dance all the way across the road very energetically.
"Woza," the fun clip was captioned on Twitter.
Mzansi seemed to take the clip as a chance to choose their favourite of all girls while others took to criticising or complimenting the local beauties. Read a few of their comments below:
"Number 2 I Mutsonga stryt ku biwa makwaya."
"These should be holding the camera...outchea moshing bantu's things!"
"How did these huns get defeated by American gents? I’m extremely disappointed. The world mustn’t see this. No way"
"Isn't the street hot? the tar tends to be hot in this part of the World"
"Ndikuxelela nge fake friends mna, how could they leave her to be part of the video kodwa wenza amasimba"
Briefly News also reported that a group of three brave American men expressed their love for the South African music genre Amapiano. They danced while crossing the road wearing towels and held up traffic in the process.
The video was shot in the heart of American politics, Washington DC. @Omilly_N uploaded the amazing video on Twitter that shows the men taking their time to cross the road while dancing to the popular music genre.
Something amazing happened, other pedestrians joined in on celebrations. The video has such a positive vibe. Tweeps took to the comments section to react to the amazing video.
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