UK-Based Man Flabbergasted by Flying Vosho in TikTok Video, SA in Tears Over His Attempt with 1.6M Views

UK-Based Man Flabbergasted by Flying Vosho in TikTok Video, SA in Tears Over His Attempt with 1.6M Views

  • A funny guy on TikTok was amazed by how quickly and easily some people grasp South African dances
  • The man, who is based in the United Kingdom, created a video showcasing his disbelief at how the vosho dance had evolved in 2023
  • Online users who watched the video were genuinely amused by the creator's theatrics displayed in the viral post

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TikTok video of man in the UK complaining about SA dance
A UK-based man complained about the flying vosho in a TikTok video and made people laugh. Image: @joden.williams/ @oluwaseyiclassic
Source: TikTok

A man from the United Kingdom (UK) was amazed at how well South Africans can dance when he saw a video of someone doing the vosho.

The gent's reaction to the new and improved South African dance received over 200 000 views. There were also thousands of comments praising his sense of humour.

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A TikTokker, @oluwaseyiclassic, reacted to a dance by another creator, @joden.williams, on the platform. In the clip, the dancer performed a flying vosho, which left the comedian in disbelief.

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@oluwaseyiclassic said that he is still stuck trying to master the basics.

Watch the funny video below:

South Africans thoroughly enjoyed the UK-based comedian's perception dance

Many South African netizens enjoy watching a good dance video. This man's hilarious clip went viral, and many South Africans appreciated the international recognition.

Andiswa Moroane joked:

"The pressure is getting worse."

Ntswakie admitted:

"We cant keep up."

Mbhelethandeka was chuffed:

"Siyabonga [Thank you]."

Packo_TKO said:

"South Africa, please give us time to catch up or consider sharing the dance groove syllabus."

Tanya Petros bragged:

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"South Africa is putting the rest of the world under pressure. I love my country."

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Briefly News previously reported that a TikTok star gained a following for dancing to house music. She recently showed off her bundle of joy to fans. The lady posted a video dancing with her baby in hand.

People could not get over it as they marvelled at how adorable they looked. Online users also predicted that the baby would be a dancer like her.

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