- A video of a man dancing and getting lit at an Engen petrol station with a group of petrol attendants is truly one that will get anyone on their feet
- In the clip, Ameno Amapiano Remix plays in the background as famed TikToker Devon Marshbank gets down with some bowser guys
- The trending vid is just 16 seconds long but the vibes are immaculate and it definitely brought Dezemba to life
Devon Marshbank gained the attention of thousands of TikTok users with his lit new video. The local dancer took all the vibes to an Engen garage recently and had peeps dying for more with a 16-second clip.
With Goya Menor and Nektunez's Ameno Amapiano Remix playing, Devon and a few guys, who are employed by the garage, broke it down near the bowsers. The video is fun and jovial from start to finish as the group looked as though they were having the time of their lives.
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Devon's video has been viewed over 637 000 times and liked by more than 43 000 users on the video-focused social networking app.
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TikTok users are living for the pure vibes of the videos
"That's what life is about my brother, having fun with anyone."
"They understood the assignment. I love my people."
"Petrol is so expensive you gotta dance after... For real though, SA is DEZEMBA."
"What a vibe. What a legend!!!"
@faithvickyevans responded with:
"This is what South Africa should be."
"I love this... Can we see more of this and not have hate? Love and happiness win."
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In a viral video shared by @gossipmilltv, the man danced hard in the presence of his peers. With his signing-out white shirt on, the man twerked. He even slept on the floor and made other dance moves.
He never cared that people were around, watching him. The graduate put up a lovely show for anyone who cared.