- A video of two learners dancing to the hit amapiano track Umlando by Toss during class time is doing the rounds on social media
- The clip shared by popular Twitter personality @kulanicool shows the rest of the class cheering on the dancers
- The tweet has over 10.8K views and Saffas have taken to the comments section to express their humour and concern
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If there is one thing about Generation Z, it’s that they’re living their best lives! A typical example can be seen in a video circulating the social media streets where learners turned their classroom into a dance floor.
The clip was also shared by popular Twitter personality @kulanicool recently. It shows learners in the classroom cheering on a boy and girl who can be seen dancing and breaking it down to the hit amapiano track Umlando by Toss featuring Lady Du, Sino Msolo, Young Stunna, Slade, Sir Trill.
Judging by the excitement and commotion it is safe to say that it was quite a vibe!
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Online users reacted to the video which has over 10.8K views with their funny comments.
“We going nowhere very slowly.”
“Kodwa he is nailing it.”
“Kufundwa nini (When do they learn).”
“I’m glad I was born a little bit earlier in the 1980s.”
Mzansi schoolgirl shows the internet flames with confident dance moves, video gets over 5.7 million views
In more learners causing a commotion, Briefly News previously reported on a Mzansi schoolgirl who jumped on the popular Umlando Challenge, and with over 5.7M views on TikTok, it is safe to say she has broken the internet.
The dance challenge has taken social media by storm and has seen peeps post videos of themselves gyrating to the amapiano track Umlando by Toss featuring Lady Du, Sino Msolo, Young Stunna, Slade, Sir Trill.
In the clip posted by Siyabulela Masebe (@ceeyahdadj17) the girl can be seen on what looks like a school field as she dances along to the tune. She wins over the praise of her on-looking audience who cheer her on as she confidently does her thing.
Source: Briefly News