- Four black ladies took up the Nooran Sisters' Ali Ali "sturdy" challenge and made a short beautiful video
- Many people who reacted to the song said that the ladies' choreography were perfect for the remix of the song
- Among those who watched the video were TikTok users who wanted to know the handles of each of the ladies
A group of four beautiful black ladies jumped on the viral drill remix of Nooran Sisters' Ali Ali song, and their video got thousands of views.
In a TikTok clip that has gone viral, some of the ladies squatted in front of the camera before moving some metres back for the choreography.
Beautiful black women
As the ladies danced, their long hair moved in the air. A scroll through the TikTok page that shared their video shows that they are a dance group.
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Many people who reacted to their video said they showed that black women are really beautiful.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 700,000 views with over 200 comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"The Way You Guys Just Effortlessly Shuffle."
"dame... that's the definition of energy."
"Y'all bodied this dance!!!!"
"The girl on sky blue is just extra. I love her moves."
Missy Tomah said:
"me and my girls definitely have to try this out."
"OMG, you guys killed it, so smooth."
"I was trying to catch my breath watching this…energy."
Ifeayinwa hannah Okafor said:
"BUNCH OF WOMENNNNN!!!!!"
Indian sisters join sturdy challenge
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a viral video showed the moment two Indian sisters infused cultural dance moves into popular hip hop legwork called "sturdy".
In a clip shared on their TikTok page, the sisters struck a very interesting pose and moved sharply to Nooran Sisters' Ali Ali song that has been trending online for weeks now.
Dressed in traditional attires peculiar to the Indians, the dancers said that they do not know what inspired them to make the video after their 90 minutes dance.