TikTok Video Of White Man And 2 Ladies Dancing To Mandoza's 'Nkalakatha' Goes Viral, Mzansi Stans

TikTok Video Of White Man And 2 Ladies Dancing To Mandoza's 'Nkalakatha' Goes Viral, Mzansi Stans

  • A video has gone viral on TikTok showing three people dancing to Mandoza's hit song Nkalakatha at a 50th birthday
  • The clip gathered over 748 500 views in less than a week and South Africans were impressed by the trio's moves
  • Social media users flooded the video's comment section, praising the dancers for jamming to a proudly SA hit

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You're not South African if you don't know songs like Sister Bethina or Nkalakatha. Mzansi citizens of all ages and races have been jamming to the hit songs for years and they're not planning on stopping any time soon.

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Rojhey Herselman and two of his friends went viral after a video was shared on TikTok showing them dancing to Mandoza. Photo credit: Rojhey Herselman / TikTok.
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Three white South Africans decided to kick off 2023 by dancing to Mandoza's Nkalakatha and a video of their moves was posted on TikTok. The video was shared by one of the dancers, Rojhey Herselman.

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He captioned the video: "Steal a laptop. #Retha 50th bday. #All joining in."

The clip went viral on Mzansi social media, gathering over 748 500 views and 32 600 likes.

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Take a look at the video below:

TikTok users share their views on the vibey video

South Africans of all races rushed to give their views on the clip and the comment section definitely passed the vibe check. The video gathered more than 2 400 comments, most of which were positive.

TikTok user Xena said:

"South Africa is many things but boring isn't one them"

Aurora_von_Bow added:

"No one loves this song more than Afrikaans people at a wedding!"

Ellie wrote:

"Mandoza is smiling on you from heaven."

Sipho Wander commented:

"Guys why can't we live like this everyday not on TikTok, love the guy."

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Thapiwa1 said:

"This talent is unmatched. You all killed me with so much joy."

TikTok user, who goes by the handle user5878680461185, commented:

"Kobus you can lead us."

Joyce Machethe wrote:

"I didn't see that jump coming. Love it."

Energetic white guy shows off his inner Zulu warrior with traditional dance moves

It is not the first time a white South African has gone viral for celebrating one of the proud African cultures. Briefly News previously reported on a young man who honoured the Zulu culture with some fire traditional moves.

The video clip was shared by @winstoninnes on Instagram 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 times they are changing, my Boy @tylerloomes went IN.,” the Instagram post was captioned.

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Maryn Blignaut (Human-Interest HOD) Maryn Blignaut is the Human Interest manager and feature writer. She holds a BA degree in Communication Science, which she obtained from the University of South Africa in 2016. She joined the Briefly - South African News team shortly after graduating and has over six years of experience in the journalism field. Maryn passed the AFP Digital Investigation Techniques course (Google News Initiative), as well as a set of trainings for journalists by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at: maryn.blignaut@briefly.co.za