- A local guy is trending on social media after launching a petrol station dance challenge online
- A netizen shared the video clip of a petrol attendant doing his thing on the forecourt and has called on others to join the challenge
- According to the reactions, many people users are prepared to go to a service station and share their dance skills on camera
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Known as MrSizwe_Sir on various social media platforms, the funny guy is launching a dance challenge across the globe. The TikTok account holder just shared a video of a petrol attendant doing his thing on the dance floor while at work.
Sizwe Mahlaha is challenging all the petrol service station staffers and Mzansi locals to engage in the dance challenge. He says the video was captured at Total garage in De Deur just outside of Johannesburg.
The flamboyant and skilled dancer is having fun while waiting to serve a driver and he is tuning in to an Amapiano song. Sizwe wrote on TikTok:
“Bringing our own challenge to Tiktok, ALL SOUTH AFRICAN PETROL STATIONS, LET'S GO #mrsizwesir #vaaltiktok #KeepRising #TotalDeDeurChallenge”
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The post goes:
“We want more.”
@Thato Immaculate said:
“Sizwe I’m coming to do it with you.”
“Waiting to see this one.”
“Oh yess boy.”
@Tumi Sentsomedi said:
“I’m coming to get dance lessons.”
“Hahaha, where is Mama Sizwe to see this one?”
“Man I love your content. God bless you man, you are doing great.”
“Yes skeem ayeye.”
@Winnie Mphake said:
“Shapa chom yaka.”
“I love this.”
In a previous post, YEN.com.gh reported that, while most ladies will need to take off their heels in order to dance at any event, a woman thrilled guests with moves in it.
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The lady seemed to have mastered the use of the heels for dancing that she did series of acrobatic-like moves wearing it.
In a minute video shared on Instagram by @saintavenue_ent1, the lady in blue dress first started off with an acrobatic move that saw her go low headfirst without coming in contact with the floor.
She topped that sterling act with beautiful fast legwork to the admiration of guests.