- A video of an enthusiastic car guard dancing outside a club has been doing the rounds on social media
- The man can be seen busting some serious moves in the viral clip, which had over 470k views at the time of publication
- South African social media users were both impressed and amused by the man’s moves and shared their reactions under the TikTok post
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South African social media users were pleasantly amused by a video of a car guard who started his own party outside a nightclub.
The clip was shared by online user @aidincaye on TikTok and sees the energetic man dancing like there is no tomorrow outside the building in the parking lot. He does not miss a beat and appears to be having just as much fun as the people inside, if not more.
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The cyber community could not help but admit that they there were quite impressed by his moves and undeniable party starter energy.
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Check out some of their comments on the viral video, which had over 470k views at the time of publication:
Kobus Möller said:
“Give that man an ice-cold one next time please, he deserves it.”
Boakye II shared:
“You better let him in! He’s a VIBE!!”
“You mean when the best dancer at the party is outside watching the cars...”
“The guy is pulling too expensive moves.”
Talisa Swemmer replied:
“He didn’t miss a beat.”
“Don’t need to pay to have a jol.”
a m a n d a reacted:
“HE IS THE PARTY.”
“Should’ve invited him in!”
Young man dancing at a taxi rank has Mzansi amused and entertained
In more vibey dances, Briefly News previously reported that a video of a man dancing at a taxi rank has the cyber community entertained and laughing out loud.
The clip was posted by @bandile_banks on Twitter recently and sees a scruffy man singing while busting some moves for taxi commuters.
“I’ll put a ring on your finger,” his Zulu love song translates.
South Africans love a good dance video and this post was just that, sitting at over 53K views and 2 300 likes on Twitter at the time of publication. Judging by the public’s interaction, it seems like the man in the video is known for his moves on the social media streets.
Source: Briefly News