- A beautiful US soldier has got many people praising her as she danced in her uniform while in the office
- The soldier maintained a smiling face all through her performance and also removed her cap in a creative flourish
- Many men thronged her comment section to compliment her looks and appreciate the soldier for her selfless service
A young lady serving in the US Army has made a video having fun in the office as she jumped on a cap-dance challenge.
In a video that has since gone viral, she captioned it with:
"It's time for me to go home."
An amazing performance
At the start of the clip, the soldier pulled out from behind her desk, stood up and started dancing hard.
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Seconds into her performance, she removed her military headdress and flung it towards the camera.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 300 comments with thousands of likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Jst Halah said:
"How do I join the force as am from a different country."
Hãryørmïdêy Dâvïs said:
"I always love the cap part.'
"Would love to be in this uniform."
"Why do you guys make uniforms look so good."
Elochukwu Miracle Ch said:
"no wonder ur military, mam u just locked my heart up."
"Start challenging other military female TikToker around the world. Do some videos for duet."
Scott Morgan said:
"You dance like the African girl named Kelly."
"Hmmmm. The fact that i ain't in the army isn't going to stop me from shooting my shot."
Another soldier danced to Buga
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady serving in the US Army stirred lovely reactions on social media after she danced to Kizz Daniel's Buga song.
She did all that while seating behind a desk, she never left her chair as she rocked to the new hit song.
The soldier turned to face the camera and did the popular raised-shoulder-hand move that is commonly associated with the song.