"Moves Are Fire": Mzansi Impressed by Video Clip of Learners Dancing in Class

"Moves Are Fire": Mzansi Impressed by Video Clip of Learners Dancing in Class

  • South Africans are sharing contrasting remarks on a video of two young dancers who are breaking it down in a classroom
  • The viral clip has found its way to the internet and it has attracted comments from all over Mzansi as Briefly News takes a look at the reactions
  • Posted by @GomolemoSA_, he says local kids are gifted when it comes to displaying their moves, however some people feel they should be learning their schoolwork instead

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Mzansi is impressed by two young school kids who are seen displaying their dancing moves in a classroom. The boy and a girl are seen getting the approval of their teachers, who took videos of the two dancers.

@GomolemoSA_ shared the clip on Twitter and is impressed while he agrees that Mzansi kids can really dance. The talented kid’s video is going viral and attractng comments from scores of local social media users. However, some people are arguing that the kids should be busy learning something to uplift their lives instead of dancing for fun.

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He wrote on his timeline via Twitter:

“South African kids can dance.”
Mzansi Impressed, by Video Clip, of Learners Dancin,g in Class
South Africans are impressed by school kids. Image: @GomolemoSA_/Twitter
Source: Twitter

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The post reads:

@Cedmab said:

“Adults on comments though. Failed superstars wannabe criticising kids for dancing?It is possible to be bright at school and be a good dancer! Stop projecting your insecurities and failures on kids! So good they both look like the lead choreographer.”

@NokoKe said:

“Kids in China are learning technology.”

@Marcuspapiah said:

“This should be a subject in school instead of…?”

@Komosasa said:

“Hey, you should decide if you want to join them to dance or you take a video. Haao.”

@Kwesthinza said:

“If only they were dancing cause they created a water purification system for their hood or something to uplift them further than two-day trend.”

@CoolDudeMunya said:

“Those moves are fire.”

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@CarolZeph3 said:

“Sadly it's no longer nice to watch this and ignore the background. 27 years and kids still school in these conditions.”

“Coolest teacher”: Video of a young man busting a move in front of teacher warms Mzansi

Checking a related article, Briefly News posted that another South African school kid is becoming an internet sensation for his dance moves.

The young pupil decided to bust a move in front of her teacher. Dancing to Tay Money’s Bussin song, the young guy seems to have fun and suggests he might be the most annoying student in his class.

The 28-year-old American rapper may not be a hit in Mzansi but it seems the teacher is slowly falling in love with her.

Looking at the clip, the teacher is seen sitting down on her desk and eventually laughs at the boy and the funny viral clip on TikTok is receiving the necessary attention it deserves. Brandon Horn seems to also challenge his peers to join the SA school dance.

Source: Briefly.co.za

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