Truths You Must Know About 'Shoki' Dance

Truths You Must Know About 'Shoki' Dance

No doubts, the popular Shoki dance is here to stay as both old, young and even celebrities are having fun with this new dance steps.

Shoki  which is a Yoruba slang for getting down with the opposite sex or in one word 'quickie' has since its inception gone round like wildfire. Cutting across all tribes in Nigeria, the Shoki dance is apparently here to stay. Even the banning of one of the popular songs that shot out the 'shoki' dance has proven not to affect the influence of the new move in Nigeria.

Now before moving deep, Shoki is a verb in Yoruba language, but with these dance evolution, there is now more to it than being a verb. Many strive hard to do this move well, hence its rampant acceptance both home and abroad.

This new dance has obviously taken the shine from dance steps like skelewu, Etighi and probably the then proclaimed Yahooze and Galala. Various Memes have even come out, making the Shoki dance a necessity for every dance lover.

Like a lot of people noted, the Shoki dance is a kind of dance that makes the dancer look like an imbecile...while trying to twist both legs and arms altogether to one side of your body.

See this tweet below:

However, some of our Naija celebs have proven to be in line with what's trending when it comes to dance...

Can you imagine how Funke Akindele will dance her own Shoki dance?

See the short video below:

Can you beat that Funke Akindele's Shoki dance? Also, Eniola Badmus, the big, bold and beautiful Nollywood actress has proven that size is not a barrier to making this move work...See evidence below:

And before you start laughing, here is Andy Blaze's Shoki dance.....

You will agree with me that the Shoki dance is becoming rather intriguingly interesting...and you might want to do your own Shoki video as the dance is not limited to these celebs alone. You agree with me?


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