- An old movie clip of veteran comic actor Mr Ibu doing a funny dance step was recently posted online by ace rapper Olamide
- The steps used in the viral clip by Mr Ibu were noted as being reminiscent of the dance challenge by YBNL artist Asake in his latest single Amapiano
- The Amapiano dance challenge has been trending online since the new song dropped and went viral, but it seems Mr Ibu originated the new dance
A viral clip of veteran Nigerian actor John Okafor better known as Mr Ibu, doing the trending Amapiano dance challenge started by YBNL artist, Asake has sparked reactions online.
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The clip has stirred reactions online as fans have hailed Mr Ibu as the originator of the viral contemporary dance move.
Other regular Nigerians have also joined in the dance challenge, and it has become quite trendy.
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Watch the viral old clip of Mr Ibu doing the Amapiano dance:
See how netizens reacted to the trending video
"Me & my friend knowing dam well we can’t dance."
"Mr ibu, our dance teacher ."
"Please what's the name of this movie ."
"Why does he dance better than me."
"Okay, Oya now Mr Ibu setting the trends at 65 NEW step."
"Normally Mr Ibu na stepper."
"Song like crackkk."
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Fast-rising Nigerian Afro-fusion singer, Asake has proven once again that he is the king of the Naija music charts as his latest track, Amapiano, hits the number-one spot on the top 100 after just 24 hours that it was released.
The new song by the YBNL artist is a collaborative effort with his label boss, Olamide Baddo. The new track is a significant departure from the usual Afro-fusion style that Asake is famous for.
It has left many drooling over both singers' exceptional musical talents and capacity to bend sounds, melodies and rhythms to do their bidding.