- A beautiful black lady was showing off her incredible dance moves when an oyinbo woman sighted her
- In a video making rounds, the white woman stood behind her and began to copy her dance styles in a hilarious manner
- After a while, she went closer and smiled at the black woman who smiled back at her before proceeding to dance together with her
A beautiful video has captured the moment a black woman danced with an oyinbo woman on the streets.
In the viral video, the black woman was first seen dancing alone and after sometime, an oyinbo woman was spotted passing behind her.
The oyinbo woman subtly began to copy her dance steps from behind till the black lady sighted her and allowed her dance with her.
The black lady rocked a black top and trousers while the oyinbo woman wore a jeans. The video was shared on TikTok by the black lady @hey__itsolivia.
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TikTok users gush over the video
"I'm my country, we can no longer wear combat print cz we mine copper that makes bullets. We turn to soldiers ."
"You both have least energy but I like your facial expression is ever coming deeper ❤️❤️⚡❤️."
"I can so do this. bring an extrovert is the best thing that happened to me."
"it's so cute .I love this. another video please. I'm a first time viewer☺️."
"I can tell that you are naturally nice, you didn’t feel that she ruined your routine, you embraced her. Wishing goodness for you always. You’re a vibe."
Oyinbo lady and colleagues dance to sweet music at work, viral video raises questions online
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a beautiful lady working at Primark has shared a cute video of her and colleagues dancing at their workplace.
Many people who reacted to her clip praised a tall black lady who joined the dance and took all the attention. The whole clip soon turned into a comic show as they struggled to take the shine off each other.
Among those who commented on the video were social media users who wondered if they were dancing during work time.