- A cool video of a young man busting some impressive hip-hop moves in the rain has gone viral on TikTok
- The entertaining clip was posted by online user @supp3rlon and has over 4.3M views and 1.1M likes
- Online users could not help but compare the post to a popular scene in the American Step Up dance film series
Dance is one of the most powerful artistic mediums to either engage in or witness. Which explains how a talented young man had our heads bumping to the beat after watching a viral video of him dancing in the rain.
He has got cool moves
Like something out of a dance movie, the lad can be seen busting some impressive hip-hop moves as the rain falls on him.
After watching the clip, one can’t help but be reminded of American actor and dancer "Moose" (Adam G. Sevani) in the Step Up dance film series, centered on a group of students who form a dance troupe and battle on the streets.
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The post was shared recently by @supp3rlon on TikTok and has over 4.3M views and 1.1M likes.
“Watch out, man is having a #step-up moment,” reads the caption.
He is really good
Online users showed the dancer love in the comments section:
“Okay, this is the most attractive thing a person can do, congrats I will be thinking about you for 3-5 business years.”
“My anxiety really went up thinking about whether he was gonna fall or not.”
“What in the step-up… slayyyy.”
“It’s giving step up 3 vibes.”
“I was waiting for the water slap.”
Martina Malavasi wrote:
“I’m very attracted to this. Bye.”
Schoolgirls danced in video
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that three teenage schoolgirls could be seen breaking the internet with their fantastic dance moves in a new viral TikTok video.
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In the video, the schoolgirls took part in the viral clip that received 41.4k views and 3,393 reactions online.
The students are participating in TikTok's video snap challenge where users demonstrate "three poses in one continuous movement" using an effect on a popular cellphone brand.