- A video of a group of South Africans dancing in a heavy rainstorm has gone viral on social media thanks to popular Twitter user @kulanicool
- The 28-second clip shows the group of locals dancing and splashing in puddles of water, bringing out their inner child
- The video quickly went viral on Twitter after @kulanicool reshared it to his profile and peeps responded with some funny memes and screenshots
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When it comes to groove, South Africans always have a plan ready and a recent video proved just that. @kulanicool shared a 28-second clip of a group of Saffas dancing their lives away in the pouring rain.
The groove-goers can be seen splashing in puddles and jiving to their hearts' content. Locals rushed to the replies section under the viral video where they took screenshots of various points in the video and shared hilarious captions.
The clip has been viewed more than 63 000 times on the microblogging application and the hilarious responses are constantly coming in.
Take a look at the viral video below:
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Read some of the responses compiled by Briefly News:
"Don't let the coronavirus command council see this."
"Ke gore this is us telling the rain we will groove no matter what."
@SiphiweLPhiri responded with:
"This looks like fun... I should've been there."
"A night to remember."
"Omnicron is dancing there too."
"Eish. That province. Bathong."
DJ's sick beat at event has peeps wishing they could be at groove: "We'll be singing Mama again"
In other news about the groove, Briefly News previously reported that Twitter user @kulanicool came through with a lit video that had some of his 283 000 followers wishing they were in the club. The 41-second clip displays a large group of people dancing to Josiah De Disciple, Boohle and Da Capo's Mama (Da Capo's Touch).
The viral video was originally shared on Twitter in August by @GenesysEntity. @kulanicool reshared the post and it gained a massive 11 900 views on the popular social networking application.
Naturally, the video caught the attention of Briefly News as the music and the vibes that came with it were phenomenal. Tweeps started tagging video downloader bots in the comments section to get their hands on the lit clip.
Source: Briefly News