- A beautiful young South African lady has left Mzansi wowed by the way she is able to move her body
- In a clip that has since gone viral in South African Twitter streets, the young lady can be seen shaking what her mom gave her with the most rhythm in the world
- People absolutely loved the clip and viewed it a whopping 47k times
Some people can really move their waist in a way that seems impossible. A young lady that recently went viral while dancing in a clip, is one of those lucky ones who were born with the amazing and entertaining ability to move.
Heading to Twitter, a young man and one of the many fans of the dancer, @ThapeloMalete_ decided to praise her and share the clip of her dancing with his followers who were just as impressed as he was.
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He captioned the clip:
"Listen I'm yet to see anybody with such mad dancing skils. This girl is just is on fire. President Cyril Ramaphosa / Khune / Zinhle Mabena."
The clip received nearly 50k views from locals who were equally impressed. Many of them took to the comment section with compliments. Read a few of them below:
"You really don't go to the groove where people enjoy themselves on the dancefloor, bro some girls are on some exotic energy."
"Lol ah the older styles we nicer simple ,fast to learn ..Now dancing is complicated it's for dancers only."
"Dancing was so much fun when all you had to do was ngwazi, tsipatsipa and kwasa kwasa. Nowadays it seems as if you gotta have a PhD in dancing to even attempt to dance. Muhle ke kodwa ugirl."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian father and his two daughters showed amazing cool moves to Ko Por Ke by Mohbad and Rexxie and their choreography was an amazing thing to see.
During the performance, the father tried very well to sync with his daughters' pace, making it all cute and interesting at the same time.
Though he could not meet their speed, the dad recreated the kind of move which both suited his physique and match well with his two daughters.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.