- A group of local men have shown off their new type of dance and it left South Africans in stitches
- The latest move involves dancing with a partner with one's heads pressed to the other's
- Social media users attempted to name the newest dance and Saffas came up with some hilarious suggestions
South Africans have rhythm, there is no denying it. Their dances have taken over the world - from the viral Jerusalema challenge to the time Rihanna did the Gwara Gwara at the 2018 Grammys.
However, some of the dances are not as popular as the above-mentioned. In fact, a recent move has gone viral on Mzansi social media and it only left many confused and a little amused.
The clip was shared on Twitter by Daniel Marven, who captioned it:
Man leaves social media users confused as he rocks female dress, funny photos stir massive reactions
"I'm done with this country, what's the name of this dance move?"
In the video, several men are seen dancing while pressing their heads together.
Take a look at the video below:
The video gathered over 35,700 views in just a day and South Africans found it hilarious. Some shared their views on the dance while others attempted to name it.
Malesela Mokonyane, who goes by the Twitter handle @MaleselaMokony1, commented:
"Mara which tribe is doing these things."
Another tweep, @busisiwe3133, wrote:
"Mzansi we happy. Yaz, we don't need therapy. Manje icoro with this dance should we sanitise our heads manje. No weave dance le."
There were some who attempted to explain why people would want to dance in such a manner.
Many struggled on what to call the type of dance the men were performing.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a vibey video of a classy old man dancing among some elderly women at an unknown event went 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 man 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.
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