- A white man dished out cool dance moves at a wedding reception party and got many people praising him
- Competing with a lady on the dance floor, the man hand and leg moves quickly got the guests cheering
- Instagram users who saw the video suggested the white man's social circle must include a lot of Nigerians for him to have danced so well
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A video shared by Tunde Ednut which shows a white man dancing at a Nigerian wedding ceremony has generated massive reactions on social media.
In a clip that has got people asking questions, the man pulled off smooth 'gbese' moves as he slugged it out with a lady on the dance floor.
He is good
His hand moves that synced with his leg composition were simply unmatched. The lady could not just keep up.
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Man with one leg throws crutches away, thrills crowd with fine legwork and backflips as he dances in video
Guests at the event cheered him on. Zlatan who popularised the gbese dance steps would really be proud.
Many Nigerians who reacted to the video just wanted to know where he got the mastery from. There were some who said he is more Nigerian than many Nigerians.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the post has generated over 500 comments with thousands of likes.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Awwww. The groom killed it."
"Na me be the hype man for the background."
"I want to marry oyiboooo."
"Oyibo wey get style."
"No be juju be dis."
A man amazed many with his dance moves
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a man in a suit at a wedding ceremony gave out so much vibe as he turned the dance floor 'upside down' without a care in the world.
In a video shot by @maxwelljennings, the man showed off some cool moves. A bridesmaid joined him and became his dance partner.
The man took the lady for a spin as they both created an amazing synergy. Guests who gathered around them cheered the dancers on.
At a point in the video, the two became choreographers as they showed off zanku and focus dance moves.