Fuji to the World: White Men Bust Moves to King Wasiu Ayinde's Hit Song 'Ade Ori Okin' in Nightclub

Fuji to the World: White Men Bust Moves to King Wasiu Ayinde's Hit Song 'Ade Ori Okin' in Nightclub

- A video of white men dancing to a Nigerian song has captured the attention of Netizens

- Apparently, a DJ thrilled the audience at the night club to KWAM 1’s Ade Ori Okin Song

- One white man could not help but bust serious dance moves to the body moving song

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Fuji musician Wasiu Ayinde’s hit song, Ade Ori Okin, off Fuji The Sound album has no doubt spread beyond the shores of Africa to other parts of the world.

Just recently, a video showing the moment a DJ played the hit single in a nightclub surfaced in the online community.

Just like the DJ who was feeling the song, other people in the nightclub could not help but bust different dance moves to the track.

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Fuji to the World: White Man Break Dances to King Wasiu Ayinde's Hit Song 'Ade Ori Okin' in Nightclub
A white guy bust moves as King Wasiu Ayinde's hit song 'Ade Ori Okin' played in a foreign nightclub. Photo: @kingwasiuayindemarshal/@dewayentertainmenttv
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However, the star of the 46-seconds clip was a young man who seemed to have completely fallen in love with KWAM 1’s song.

The individual started off by putting his legwork dance routine on display before he switched to a little bit of breakdancing.

Others in the club could not help but laugh as they cheered him on to continue dancing.

Check out the video as sighted online below:

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Reacting to the clip, one Oluwatosin Obember wrote:

"He sure killed it."

Another user, officialtcode, simply said:

"O poor o."

In a similar story, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of two Nigerian pilots who got social media users excited when they danced to King Wasiu Ayinde's hit song, Ade Ori Okin.

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As the music blared from the speaker, the pilots danced away their sorrow while one of them sprayed his colleague money.

Many fell in love with the heartwarming video and they flooded the comment section with their thoughts.

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