Viral video of three dancing Limpopo men helped Mzansi avoid year-end fatigue
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The 30-second video shows a trio of men dancing until one engages in a solo performance, much to the crowd’s delight.
Peeps responded by laughing to the video, with many comparing his fluid dance moves to that of pop star Michael Jackson.
A video that has gone viral of a trio of Limpopo men dancing energetically has helped Mzansi keep the Monday Blues at bay.
Tweeps have responded enthusiastically to the video which shows three men dancing on a stage in what looks like a rural village as the audience watches and claps.
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Halfway to the video, a man dressed in blue pants, a yellow t-shirt and a hat breaks away from the trio and begins to dance solo, surprising everyone with his rhythmic movements.
Actor, musician and healer @skandi_kid responded by turning the video into a meme:
“Baby, I play Limpopo. Performance:”
@ SwakotekaVukona went so far as to compare him to the late King of Pop Michael Jackson:
“Michael Jackson is moving.”
@tiprowes praised the dance for its authenticity.
“Original. I love this guy. Mina, I can pay to watch him. Watch his dance moves. He’s the best in Limpopo.
@NgobeniSpecial responded by requesting a longer version of the video.
“Hi kombela a longer version there Sambo.”
While many couldn’t get enough of the group’s dance moves, many were left behind and simply responded with a dozen laughing face emojis.
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