- A video clip of an elderly man sharing a dance with a few other elderly folks has gone viral
- In the clip, the well-dressed gentleman delivers really great dance moves without breaking a sweat
- Facebookers reacted to the post thousands of times, sharing memories of their elderly family members
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A vibey video of a classy old man dancing among some elderly women at an unknown event has gone viral on Facebook. The short clip was posted by a Facebook page called SA House Music Download.
In the video, the man, who is dressed very well in his formal clothes and complete with hat and bow tie, is seen sharing some fire moves and not missing a single step while other elderly people dance around him.
Clearly a dancer by heart, the madala executes all his dance moves perfectly not allowing any wrong moves to give away his real age which is well hidden by his ability to gyrate like there is no tomorrow.
Facebookers who loved watching the old man break it down while enjoying himself and the classic music liked the video over 16000 times. Many of them took to the comment section to share fond memories of the people the elderly man reminded them of.
Read some of the comments below.
Peter Mathabathe wrote:
"He reminded me of my late dad, the guy was a dancer back in the days. May his soul rest in peace!"
Azigary Champion wrote:
"This song takes me back time to a place when I had no fear of dancing in ceremonies just because I wanted a single plate of rice."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a group of elderly women (all above 60 years old) from an old age home also joined in on the Jerusalem challenge.
Seswai Allisto Ratlhogo uploaded a video of the women from Pankop village, which is based in Mpumalanga, to Facebook.
Seswai's video of the ladies dressed in pink gained over 40000 views on the social networking site.
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