- Video footage of a talented schoolboy dancing with great energy in the middle of the street was shared online
- In the entertaining clip, the pupil is seen holding an umbrella while busting some moves in front of two cars
- Unbothered by the threat of getting hurt by the vehicles, he continues to do his thing as his audience cheers him on
A schoolboy won over instant fans after a video of busting some crazy dance moves was shared online.
In the clip, shared on Facebook by SA Vibes the young lad is seen holding an umbrella in the middle of a small street as he dances with great energy to the amapiano track Megalo by Reece Madlisa. He does his thing in front of a VW Polo as well as a Kasi G Wagon, officially known as a Toyota Venture.
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The crowd of school pupils watching from the sides of the streets can be seen and heard going crazy as they cheer for the brave yet vibey mover and shaker.
Mzansi peeps responded to the Facebook post with funny and witty comments.
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Bonie Sibiya wrote:
“I don't understand people who always has something negative to say about other people...Nina niyathakatha.”
Simone Monee Peacock responded:
“I wanna see this as a dance genre at world dance competitions. This is pure talent.”
Cebo Kwazi VhoManzini asked:
“Who wrote that "Watch the until end"?”
Becca Firi replied:
“Strongest pants in the world.”
Thabiso Mputle commented:
“So wish they can excell like this in class too.”
Video of little girl dancing in front of mum's shop sets timeline on fire
In a similar story, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of how a little Nigerian girl's passionate selfless contribution to her mum's hustle made her an internet sensation.
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Legit.ng also learnt that the girl dances in front of her mother's shop after school hours to attract people to patronise them.