Chris Brown Vibes to ‘Tshwala Bam’ at the Club, SA Cracks Jokes: “Ancestors Must Be South African”

Chris Brown Vibes to ‘Tshwala Bam’ at the Club, SA Cracks Jokes: “Ancestors Must Be South African”

  • American singer Chris Brown was caught on tape dancing to Tshwala Bam at the club recently
  • There have been numerous videos of him doing South African dance moves, sometimes at his 11:11 shows
  • The video clip, which went viral online, had fans excited, and some are convinced that he has roots in SA

If there is one international celebrity who is in tune with South African dance trends, it has to be Chris Brown. The Grammy-Award-winning rapper and singer recently hit the club, and when Tshwala Bam came on, he let out those fire Mzansi dance moves.

Chris Brown dances to ‘Tshwala Bam’.
Chris Brown danced to ‘Tshwala Bam’ at the club. Image: @chrisbrownofficial
Source: Instagram

Chris Brown vibes to popular Amapiano dance song

US singer Chris Brown recently danced to Tshwala Bam at the club, and the video has gone viral. Blogger Musa Khawula shared the clip on X (Twitter), which attracted numerous positive online reactions.

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Not the first time Chris Brown dances to Amapiano

Ever since the beginning of his 11:11 tour, Chris Brown incorporated the Tshwala Bam dance challenge into his routine.

He has always shown great interest in the South African dance culture and has always received Mzansi's stamp of approval.

Even in his hit music video for Sensational, featuring Nigerian singer Davido, Chris Brown did the Hamba Wena dance and the Tobetsa.

South Africans react to Chris Brown's video

Netizens are convinced that Chris Brown is a South African or that his ancestry is indeed rooted in this country.

@SimsMagubane said:

"Chris Brown’s ancestors must be South African!"

@ObieJordanWorld shared:

"Makes sense. He once appeared on 'Generations', so he should just return."

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@BankBalanceZERO joked:

"This one should just go to kwaMai Mai."

@PakamaV_M shared:

"I can’t wait to experience SA music outside of SA."

@PalesaS_ noted:

"He really loves this song, shem."

Young boy teaches Jennifer Hudson Tshwala Bam dance move

In a previous report by Briefly News, US TV host Jennifer Hudson learned the famous Tshwala Bam dance moves from a young boy.

The Spotlight hitmaker had the young South African guest on her show who taught her the viral dance in some easy steps, and the results amazed Mzansi.

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Jessica Gcaba (Entertainment editor) Jessica Gcaba is an Entertainment Editor for Briefly News (joined in 2023). She is a Journalism graduate from the Durban University Of Technology (2019). She has 4 years of experience as an Entertainment and Lifestyle Journalist at Africa New Media Group writing for ZAlebs website. She passed a set of trainings from Google News Initiative. To reach her, contact: