- 3 ladies were captured performing 'crazy' dance moves in a viral video
- Information about their identities and location is withdrawn
- One of the most interesting parts of the video is the African costume they were adorned with
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A video of three ladies dressed in African print, making unbelievable dance moves has surfaced online. The video was cited by YEN.com.gh as it is beginning to go viral on social media.
Three ladies were captured in a locality that looked a bit rural. Ironically, the dance moves the trio were performing are seen on big stages in urban areas.
It is not clear which particular locality they were from but it is of no doubt that they have become instant stars. This is notwithstanding the fact that their names are not even known.
It appears as though the three had rehearsed the moves over and over again as they performed them with vibrancy and synchrony.
The energy was present and the choreography as on point. Perhaps, the most jaw-dropping part was when they introduced a flip.
Before one could say jack, two hands were joined together, a foot stepped on them and a human being flipped over. Surprisingly, the move did not interrupt the dance any bit as they continued along with the rhythm as though nothing had happened.
Watch video below:
As some women are performing great dance moves, others are performing greatly in the world of business. YEN.com.gh earlier reported that popular multi-platinum R&B singer Akon's sister has come to light as the brain behind the stupendous $80-million-brand Akon has.
The celebrity musician whose full name is Aliaume Damala Badara Akon Thiam has been known worldwide for his fame. It is reported that Akon's sister, Khady Thiam Gueye, has been the driving force behind the success of Akon and that of other members of their family.
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