- A man in yellow hoodie has been declared the star dancer among a group of dancers that used the street as their stage
- The young man easily stood out and shone like a million stars even though he was far away at the back of the lead dancer
- The dance video is a delight to watch and it has garnered so much attention, comments and views on Tiktok where it was posted
A street dance turned into a mini contest when many skilled dancers lined up for a test of their fast feets. But a young man in yellow hoodie has been declared as the winner by Tiktok users.
In the midst of the array of powerful dancers, the man in yellow hoodie could be seen at the back doing wonder moves that made many to focus on him.
Although, he danced from the back, his impressive legwork skills easily pushed him to the front of the group.
The lead dancer with green hair shows of powerful driftfeet dance
Another dancer who showed incredible skills in the video is the lead dancer who has his hair tinted green.
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He pulled off beautiful dance moves that has made many ask him to do more of such nice videos. The video has impressed so many people on Tiktok where it was shared by @bahdboisbm.
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
Tiktok users are finding it hard to take their eyes off the video. They have also bared their minds in the comment section. Here are a few of what they are saying:
"Do a video for me bro."
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"The guy on yellow was lit."
"The guy on yellow."
"You dey use juju?"
Powerful dancer sighted in church as he dishes strong native dance
In another story, Legit.ng reported that a man in white caftan danced like a pro in a church.
No one knew he was about to start dancing the moment he did. But someone raised a beautiful Yoruba song and he picked it up and danced hard.
Many people on social media appreciated the man for his native dance skills which they said made them happy.