- A funny video has emerged where a group of people dressed as policemen danced to DJ Maphorisa's songs
- After the video went viral, some social media users pointed out that the group are not real police officers
- On the other hand, others who believed the officers are real said it is always good to blow off some steam at work
A hilarious video has been shared on social media showing a group of police officers dancing. The squad was dancing to the famous Phoyisa song by DJ Maphorisa.
Some social media users pointed out that the men were not cops but only dressed as such.
The clip was shared by the South Africa Live account on Facebook along with the caption:
"SAP having a good time."
Social media users had mixed reactions but a majority loved the video. Facebook user Saba Ntungwa said:
"I'm glad you guys are having fun for a change, y'all relax and take a chill pill."
Si Nene said:
"A little moment of fun at work has never hurt anyone. Some of you are here scolding poor police for a five-minute dance when you spend half a day on Facebook behind your desk."
Warren 'Small-e' Laurence said:
"Stressful job... fun is allowed to keep up morale, need to help the mlungu with some dance lessons though."
Hulisani Dongs Dongola said:
"But Johaan on the left is really breaking the rhythmic chain hey..."
Kgosietsile Alphy Malesela Phate said:
"My white brother be dancing to the lyrics and not the rhythm. I love this."
Mlamuli Ntuthuka Mntambo said:
"Am I the only one who can see that that these are not police officers... but security guards..."
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