TikTok Video of Schoolboy Dancing to 'Mnike', Mzansi Wowed By His Smooth Moves: "Love This New Generation"

TikTok Video of Schoolboy Dancing to 'Mnike', Mzansi Wowed By His Smooth Moves: "Love This New Generation"

  • A video of a schoolboy demonstrating some impressive dance moves has gained a lot of traction on TikTok
  • The entertaining footage shows the young man dancing to the popular song, Mnike by Tyler ICU and Tumelo.za
  • Social media users showered the young dancer with compliments on the post, commending his smooth rhythm and flow

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South African dance culture can be appreciated across the country in well-equipped venues, in cosy corners or even in school playgrounds and classrooms.

Schoolboy dancing to 'Mnike' in his uniform in video
TikTok video of a schoolboy's smooth moves that had netizens entertained. Image: @lee_thabow5/TikTok
Source: TikTok

One South African white boy proved that having rhythm has got nothing to do with the colour of your skin.

Schoolboy shows off his moves to trending Mnike track in TikTok video

A video posted on TikTok shows the schoolboy dressed in his uniform as he demonstrates an epic amapiano dance routine to the tending hit Mnike by Tyler ICU & Tumelo.za.

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The boy demonstrated great rhythm as he moved his limbs and body along to the catchy tune with great ease and composure.

The Mnike dance challenge has netizens in a chokehold as they jump on the trend to show off their impressive dance skills.

Watch the video below:

Mzansi people impressed by schoolboy's smooth dance moves

Dancing is a lifestyle in South Africa and according to South African Tourism, dance culture in Mzansi is integral in a country whose history is shot-through with examples of dance as an expression of all that life's rich pageant has to offer.

Social media users were impressed by the schoolboy's performance and showed him love in the comments. Other netizens couldn't help but comment on how white peeps are becoming better and better at dancing to amapiano.

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Read some of the comments below:

Valda_Gi responded:

"So Martinas turned his school pants to skinny cut?"


"Mina angeke ngihlulwe yibo asoze."

babalwa_.mncube said:

"Aibo abelungu sebeyababa manje."

annamasuku581 commented:

"I love this combo of uMlungu, black, coloured and Indian when they are together."

Sphiwe Phungula565 replied:

"Bazomkhipha kwi Will kubo lo."

Sweetiepie commented:

"I love this new generation, changing South Africa."

Skhonangenkosi Mdletshe wrote:

"Abelungu shuthi sebezosihlula ngayo yonkinto."

Video of schoolboy slaying dance battle fills people of Mzansi with pride

In another story, Briefly News reported that a young boy danced at a school event, and the crowd went wild.

The moment was captured on camera, and the people of South Africa love the young man's confidence and vibe. He's a whole entire mood!

Dance is an unspoken language that runs rich in the veins of the people of Mzansi. Seeing a young white boy jiving filled hearts with pride. TikTok user @waldouysza shared the clip of the boy dancing at a school sports match.

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The proudly Mzansi moment proved that skin colour does not matter; we are all Africans at heart.

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Nothando Mthembu (Senior editor) Nothando Mthembu is a senior multimedia journalist and editor. Nothando has over 5 years of work experience and has served several media houses including Caxton Local Newspapers. She has experience writing on human interest, environment, crime and social issues for community newspapers. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree and an Honours Degree in Media Studies from the University of KwaZulu-Natal, obtained in 2016 and 2017. Nothando has also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Email: nothando.mthembu@briefly.co.za

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