- A video of a white man dancing at a ceremony that seemed like a Yoruba wedding has surfaced online
- Many who saw the video found the dance moves of the man quite hilarious
- Nobody could at the time of reporting say where or when the event took place
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The video of a white man in popular Nigerian attire called agbada has generated massive reactions online.
As the man danced to a Yoruba song, other white men, possibly his friends and family, jumped behind as they tried hard to follow the rhythm of the drum.
It should, however, be noted that at the time of writing this report, YEN.com.gh cannot independently verify where the event took place.
The setting of the clip suggests that it is either an introduction between two families or a traditional wedding taking place.
Most of the people in the clip are putting on their facemasks which is an indication that the event may be a recent one.
Watch the clip below:
At the time of writing, the video has been watched thousands of times with over 9,000 likes. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Another planet maybe."
"The white family always be doing too much."
"Oyibo people no sabi dance at all o."
"What are those ones doing. Them just dey do anyhow for back."
"The 2 groomsmen r rather dancing wif much energy than groom himself."
"The day God was sharing the ability to perform rhythmic dances, the white man was absent."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a short video of a white man dancing passionately at a Nigerian wedding went viral as many wondered where he learnt his moves.
In the clip, the man slugged it out with a young lady as he danced to a popular Nigerian instrumental used by most DJs.
As the beat came on, the white dancer stretched out his arms and shook his head vigorously, winning applause from the crowd.
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