KwaZulu-Natal Mlungu Slays Lady Du Amapiano Dance in TikTok Video, Women Swoon

KwaZulu-Natal Mlungu Slays Lady Du Amapiano Dance in TikTok Video, Women Swoon

  • A man from KZN took many netizens' hearts into his pocket when he danced to a Lady Du track on his video
  • The man moved like he was accustomed to groove and dancing, looking dashing in his uniform
  • In true Mzansi fashion, a netizen went off-ramp in the post and asked him for a job
  • The mlungu gent told Briefly News that he actually likes a different genre from Amapiano

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A young man from KZN dance to an Amapiano track
In a video, a man showed his moves off where he went down and busted moves to a Lady Du track. Image: @mehlemamba.ngidi
Source: TikTok

A KwaZulu Natal man charmed the hearts of many when he danced to one of Mzansi's hottest amapiano jams. The gent's fly moves attracted many women in the comment section hooked on his smooth moves.

Mlungu dances to Amapiano song

@mehlemamba.ngidi, a Mlungu TikTokker who speaks fluent isiZulu, posted the video on his account. In the footage, the young man is shown dancing and performing amapiano moves to one of Lady Du's hottest hits. The gent joins a long list of white young men who can dance well to Amapiano and other African music.

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It seems like the fellow is deep within the rainbow nation because the way he dances effortlessly shows that he is a regular groovist.

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Man tells Briefly News that he doesn't have a favourite amapiano track

Mehlemamba told Briefly News that he loves Maskandi music.

"My followers loved that I love Maskandi and asked me to follow the Amapiano dance trend. My friends taught me how to dance while we were in school," he said.

Watch the video here:

Women love his moves

Netizens who love his content because he dances to Amapiano and other genres commented.

Traceyzeetkz remarked:

“Mara wena you’re too cute. You look like my baby boy.”

Sgananda asked him for a job.

“Bro, I have a security qualification with firearm competency. Can you help me with a job, please?”

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Mia gushed:

“Finally, we found the owner of the challenge.”

Caul926 commented:

“Let the challenge be closed. We have a winner.”

DenodhyaNaicker wrote:

“A black man in a white man’s body.”

Bayete exclaimed:

“I found my soulmate. Thank you, God.”

Man lip-syncs to Winnie Khumalo's track

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a man who formerly attended Glenvista High School took netizens down memory lane.

The gent posted a video of himself lip-synching lyrics to Winnie Khumalo's 2008 hit, Live My Life. His throwback had people sharing nostalgic moments when they attended school in the era.

Most white people shared how their youth were shaped by being exposed to African cultures and music in school.

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Source: Briefly News

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