- A young South African TikToker has wowed the nation with her killer dance moves to Young Stunna's Adiwele
- Cayla Swanevelder channelled Saffa DJ Uncle Waffles and even tagged her in her now-viral TikTok video
- Swanevelder's video gained over 472 000 views on the social networking app and the comments section is packed with impressed locals
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Cayla Swanevelder on TikTok channelled Uncle Waffles in her latest video. Dancing to Young Stunna's Adiwele, Swanevelder used some uniquely Saffa moves. The 36-second clip starts with her putting a pair of sunglasses on.
She then bounces straight into the Uncle Waffles inspired dance moves. She lip-synchs to the lyrics of the song and displayed a few familiar facial expressions. The young lady's video gained a massive 472 000 views.
With a whopping 51 100 likes, the comments of South Africans asking to dance with her are still rolling in.
Check out her skills below:
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Below are some of the comments her moves received:
"So like when are we going out to groove together? Cos wow!"
"And we became best friends. Chomi come, I have gossip."
"Haaaaeee suuukaaaa she understood the assignment."
"Listen, even the facial expressions."
@thenowinthefuture responded with:
"A perfect representation of how I feel when I listen to this song."
"I thought I was the only one who gets possessed by this song."
Young man creates amazing dance to Adiwele, wows Mzansi: "I need classes"
In similar news, Briefly News reported that South African TikTok star Chad Jones crushed it in yet another viral dance video. Chad is known for making lit dance videos on TikTok that sometimes feature his parents.
This time, Chad paired up with a popular online shopping application to bring the dance to the video app. He showed off his rhythmic skills to Young Stunna's Adiwele. The 30-second clip has gained almost 400 000 views.
His uniquely South African moves gained quite the following as his TikTok is dedicated to dancing. Chad has over 871 000 followers on the social networking service.
Source: Briefly News