- Social media user @kulanicool posted a video of a woman dancing with a beer bottle balanced on her head
- The woman in the clip is believed to be from Pretoria and her fellow compatriots are entertained by her moves
- Mzansi online users commended the woman in the video, agreeing that ‘Pitori’ never disappoints
A Mzansi woman has us dancing along with her into the New Year after a video of her was posted on social media.
Many people praised her
The video was posted by @kulanicool on Twitter and shows the woman dancing with a beer bottle balanced on top of her head. She is seen moving effortlessly to the amaPiano beat at groove with the crowd cheering her on.
The post was captioned:
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“It can only be pitori.”
Saffas are known for their love of good music and dance especially over this time of the year. So it came as no surprise that users were impressed by the woman’s skill and shared their reactions on the tweet:
“012 never disappoints.”
“My people don't disappoint.”
“PTA huns can dance.”
“Yhooo sana people are enjoying life carefree.”
“No other place can take on pitori. Sober or drunk.”
“Is this rehearsed at home before going out?”
“This gender of ours has disappointed me in the last part.”
Woman danced to fuji music
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a short video showed a woman vibing hard to a popular Pasuma's Napoli Like Lagos song.
With a sunshade on, the lady showed off interesting dance moves. In a fashion characteristic of fuji lovers, the lady scattered her legs like a professional footballer on the pitch.
Despite having a big body, the lady danced well in a way that showed off her relative fitness. Many were amazed.
Old woman showed off dance moves
In other news, an old woman showed off her dance moves to the amazement of many at an event that looks like a church crusade.
Behind her was a man with a microphone singing and leading everyone in praise and worship. The grandma had perfect footwear for the event.