- An elderly lady proved that age is just a number in a recent video that was posted online
- In the clip, the granny can be seen pulling off several dance moves with ease
- Some South Africans loved the video and they praised the gogo's dance moves, while others said the person in the clip is a young boy
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Age is just a number and you are as old as you feel. While some people struggle during old age, others defy nature with their youthfulness even at an advanced age.
One gogo, who was not named, had jaws dropping on the floor with her dancing. The elderly lady was filmed pulling off impressive moves to Nomcebi Zikode's Xola Moya Wam.
The video was originally posted on Facebook by laughter.mr but was recently shared again on the #ImStaying group. The clip was captioned:
"Yoh this granny."
South Africans could not believe how effortlessly the gogo moved and they applauded her dancing skills.
Helena Letarde commented:
"Go girl - we might be old but, we sure can move!"
Cheryl Van Der Spuy said:
"Clearly got a bit of ganga in that pipe."
However, some social media users pointed out the person in the video is not an elderly lady but a boy dressed up as a gogo.
Nondoeh Gwamanda wrote:
"That's not a gogo, nice moves."
Ngcobo Yasoh Asanda added:
"So you'll don't see that this is the boy?"
Brigitte Ruth Reichard said:
"Did not fool me young man."
Kekae Refilwe commented:
"Definitely not a granny, it is a man in granny's clothes."
Take a look at the video click on the link here.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another viral dance video. A young man has stunned over 5 000 social media users with his dance moves. The white dancer, who is seen wearing khaki clothes often rocked by farmers, dances to MFR Souls' viral song, Amanikiniki.
The video was shared on Twitter by social media user @MzansisHP, who captioned it:
"Grootman is back for a midweek #Amagetdown."
It appears that the young man is the same dancer who went viral in a previous video. It was reported last month two men recently represented old-style khaki wearers after they could be seen serving all sorts of moves in a short TikTok clip.
The video was shared by artist and musician Daniel Marven on his Twitter page.
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