- A video of a white guy demonstrating some killer traditional Zulu dance moves has been doing the rounds on social media
- The footage was shared by @winstoninnes and shows Tyler Loomes showing off some impressive yet hilarious moves
- The crowd is heard ululating and cheering him on as he does his thing and Mzansi peeps were left entertained
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A video of a white guy taking over a traditional Zulu ceremony with great energy and passion has Mzansi peeps in awe.
The footage was posted on Instagram by @winstoninnes and shows the gentleman identified as Tyler Loomes (@tylerloomes) dressed in a full men’s traditional attire as he dances and moves around encircled around him with great energy.
The crowd is heard ululating and cheering him on as he continues to eshaya indlamu (Zulu dance) as well as throws in some strange yet amusing moves in the mix as well.
While it is not clear what the ceremony in question was for, it appears to have been quite a jovial celebration.
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“The times they are changing, my Boy @tylerloomes went IN.,” the Instagram post was captioned.
South African social media users were left impressed by Tyler’s moves and showered him with love in the comments section.
“ he went in hard.”
“This was hilarious and heartwarming. Akathole igama lesintu manje. Khuphuka lapho Vusumuzi.”
“@tylerloomes my boet, I see you !!! Uyindonda.”
“Pho kanti mina ngihlulwa yini .”
“oZulu besimanje .”
“That hun in white hyping him up .”
Mzansi was impressed by video of a man showing off his Zulu dancing skills
In another story, Briefly News reported that South African cyber citizens were left captivated and impressed by a video of a white man doing the traditional Zulu dance known as indlamu.
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Traditional Zulu dancing is an important part of the Zulu culture. Dancing is usually performed during a traditional Zulu ceremony, and is accompanied by vibrant singing and sometimes the beating of drums.
The footage has been circulating on social media and was also posted by @kierranallen and shows the shirtless man dancing with great skill to a traditional song.
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Source: Briefly News