- A TikTok dance video featuring three high school girls from South Africa breaks stereotypes
- Mzansi applauds the girls for bringing races together through the universal language of dance
- The video sparks enthusiasm as the South African community showers praise on the girls' dance skills
In a vibrant display of unity and cultural fusion, a TikTok dance video is making waves across social media platforms.
The video, posted by user @jadey.bumm, features three high school girls from South Africa effortlessly dancing in their school uniforms. What sets this video apart is not just the girls' slick moves but the harmonious blend of races coming together in a celebration of dance.
Mzansi high school girls bust slick moves
The TikTok video begins with the three girls standing in their school uniforms, showcasing a mix of cultural backgrounds. As the music starts, their synchronisation and confident moves capture the attention of viewers. The girls effortlessly break into a dance routine that seamlessly combines traditional and modern dance elements, creating a visual feast that transcends cultural boundaries.
Take a look:
Mzansi claps for unity through dance
Mzansi, known for its rich cultural tapestry, enthusiastically embraces the video for its representation of unity in diversity. The comments section of the TikTok post overflows with admiration for the girls, celebrating the fact that they are breaking stereotypes and showcasing the beauty of South Africa's multicultural identity.
Read some comments:
“Haibo, the Oreo filling is better than me”
HI , IT'S FABE ️ said:
“Different flavours we have chocolate, vanilla and caramel❤️”
Gideon (Gupta) wants in:
“We need to make something ”
Maureen Mbangiwa said:
“When love knows no colour, Banyana Babantle Mann”
Johannesburg school kids dancing goes viral
Mzansi netizens were entertained, and the video received over 29 000 likes. Hundreds of peeps commented, raving about the girls.
In a video posted by @mellow_simelane, two girls were grooving to Habibi (Quantum Sound) by Sizwe Nineteen. In the video, they were moving in sync while showing each other different moves.
Source: Briefly News