Chris Brown Dances to Amapiano in Viral Video, Fans Not Impressed Say He Is Offbeat

Chris Brown Dances to Amapiano in Viral Video, Fans Not Impressed Say He Is Offbeat

  • Chris Brown is a good dancer, but when it comes to Amapiano, the international star failed to impress some Africans who are familiar with the move
  • A video of the No Air hitmaker getting down to the South African beat has gone viral, but peeps are dragging him
  • Many felt that the star's moves did not match the beat; others also commented that the video was edited

Chris Breezy may have made a name for himself as a multi-talented singer, songwriter and dancer. Still, he recently failed to convince South African social media users that he can groove to Amapiano.

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A video of Chris Brown allegedly dancing to Amapiano gets mixed reactions. Image: Getty Images
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Peeps reacted to a viral video of the With You singer allegedly getting down to an Amapiano beat. Many felt that the star was offbeat, and his moves did not match Amapiano moves.

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The video was shared by local blogger Musa Khawula who wanted to hear reactions from social media users.

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Social media users commented that the video was old and the international star was actually dancing to a Burna Boy song.


"Nah! He off beat."


"I am disappointed this video is old and edited."


"When this video was shot, Amapiano was still collecting the 5th dragon ball z ball. Mapiano was still stuck in the unknown universe."

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