- A beautiful young lady gave an amazing dance performance in London during the Ghana Party in the Park 2021 event
- Identified as Christabel, a video of the lady's extremely fast and energetic dance has got many trying to explain how it is possible
- One Twitter user indicated that the lady's energy looks like one that was made in Chorkor in Ghana
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A young lady from the Ghana Party in the Park event that was held in the United Kingdom is making waves on social media after a dance video of her from the party was shared online.
The lady that some social media users have identified as Christabel from Bronx put up powerful legworks in what appears to be one of the fastest dance moves the internet has seen lately.
Her moves were so energetic and quick that she intermittently had to keep pulling her dress up in order to prevent exposing herself.
Watch the powerful video below:
Social media reactions
As expected, netizens could not hold back their reactions after watching the eye-popping video. Below were some comments.
If not say the Party in the park logo dey der I could have sworn with all I have dat dis girl is from chokor … street dance imbedded in dem
Chalewote on stage in London... Let's wear it on stage in Ghana and see er
You figa ebe hall week. This is UK party in the park
More about the party
Ghana Party in the Park is an annual outdoor festival held in London for the Ghanaian Community in the diaspora.
In another video that is circulating on social media, Sarkodie was seen beaming with joy as he received the gift he called 'priceless' from the famous Black Stars player and assistant captain.
Also represented in person at the event was Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi who left Ireland to the event centre and whose presence got pleasant comments from Baba Rahman, another Black Stars player.
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Source: Yen Newspaper