Netizens Back Up Man Who Posted Hilarious TikTok Dance Video, Owning His Moves: “You’re a Legend”
- One man got shade for his content, so he stepped it up a notch and gave the hater what was coming
- TikTok user Kaone Phercy Polelo grooved, letting the woman know that nothing is going to stop him
- People clapped for his confidence and told the man to continue posting because they loved it
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Not everyone can dance, and that goes for people of colour too. A young man who wasn’t blessed with all the groove spice owned his moves despite shade, and people loved it!
We live in a world driven by societal expectations. So, it is refreshing when you see someone being unapologetically who they are.
Young Mzansi man drops empowering TikTok dance video
TikTok user Kaone Phercy Polelo got shade from someone, claiming his dancing was “embarrassing the black community”. In response, he showcased his moves with pride, making it clear that nothing would stop him from dancing.
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Take a look:
Mzansi is here for the man’s unapologetic energy
Yes, you tell them! Citizens were living for the man owning his dance moves with the utmost confidence. They told him to continue dancing and creating funny content because they loved it.
Read some of the supportive comments:
“Bua nnete. You once danced with Mr Bean neh?”
“Embarrassing se foot you always make me laugh big up to you❤️hai shame I’m giving you your flowers ❤️”
@Mrs Bullock said:
“I think it’s so awesome that you love to dance ”
@Tholoana Malebo said:
“My person this one ”
“Not you doing the vosho and back kick”
“ Me and you.... Same WhatsApp group.”
Students join viral Kilimanjaro dance challenge
Three friends from Hoërskool Transvalia in Pretoria recorded a Kilimanjaro TikTok dance challenge, which went viral.
Dance challenges are something we are seeing more and more kids doing. Mzansi loves the positive outlet and seeing schoolchildren getting involved in these challenges.
TikTok user @luckkyysa shared a dance video showing herself and two friends pulling off the slickest Kilimanjaro TikTok dance challenge.