- The talented Pabi Cooper took to social media to share a cool and catchy video of her dancing with a friend
- The South African music artist posted the video on TikTok and it has been an instant hit with Mzansi online users
- Entertained online users have liked, shared and commented on the dance video which has over 63 000 likes
Paballo Basetsana Mothapo (@cooper_pabi) showed us showed mad skill and moves in a video she posted on TikTok recently.
Publicly known as Pabi Copper, the talented lady is an MC, dancer and vocalist.
"She is best known for her features on the Major League DJz Balcony Mix. In August 2021, she released her first single, Isiphithiphithi, featuring Reece Madlisa, Busta 929, and Joocy," as reported by Celebs Now.
Mzansi loves themselves a good dance video which is no wonder why her fun and catchy video has users intrigued and has received a lot of love. It currently has over 63 000 likes. In the clip she is seen dancing with a friend.
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Here are some user’s reactions on TikTok:
“Ngicela nigifundise ukudansa (Please teach me how to dance).”
“Pabi is that ama kip-kip t-shirt?? if it is. where did you buy it?”
“One thing about you, you can dress.”
Amow 24 reacted:
“Pabi and creasing shoes.”
@WHAT CAN12345 replied:
“Cooper danko for the da
nce everyone is crazy with your dance.”
@THE QUEEN OF LIFE responded:
“You two know how to dance.”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a popular Nigerian kid model and dancer, Oluwadarasimi Oluwaseun, has shown off her moves to Naira Marley's Mafo song.
In a video reposted by Tunde Ednut on Instagram, the kid amazed many with the way she was able to pull the trending happy feet dance.
What got her so much attention was the relative ease she showed off the happy feet moves as they are easy.
It should be noted that the dance style is such where the right foot is twisted to the side before matching it with the other leg.