Viral Video of Dancing Old Man as He Celebrates Payday Is a Whole Mood, SA Loving His Vibe: “Dlala Madala”
- A video of a grown man busting some moves during his work shift has been doing the rounds on social media
- In the cellphone footage, he is seen dancing with great energy and sporting the biggest smile on his face
- The Facebook post revealed that it was payday that behind the man’s joy and Saffas are loving his relatable reaction
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A jovial madala welcomed payday with a big smile and a happy dance.
The feeling of finally receiving that bank notification of your salary credited into your account after an entire month of long hours and hard work is unmatched.
A video shows the old man, dressed in his work attire, happily busting some moves along to a tune next to a truck, and Mzansi peeps get it!
The viral video was posted on Facebook by SA Trucker and currently boasts over 360K views on the social media app.
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Scores of South African cyber citizens flooded the entertaining post with funny and witty comments in response to the madala’s joy and moves.
Luya Sabelo Ndlovu reacted:
Musa Sphelele Mpanza said:
“Ladlala tymer madoda.”
Billy Siamakomwe replied:
“Nice uncle, but the age and you do awe.”
Florence Lerato shared:
“My father inlaw maan.”
David Zwane wrote:
“I know the feeling hola fellow workers.”
Phumla Candice responded:
Ladies Stop Dancing in Surprise as Old Man Steals Show at Outing with Fast Scissors Legwork, Video Wows Many
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that social media users gushed over a video of an old man dancing effortlessly at an outing with his woman.
As things progressed, the old man's energy was unmatched by his wife and son felt by other persons on the dance floor.
In a cute video shared by @ladbible on Instagram, the old man started with soft legwork as he and his wife danced to Billie Jean by the late King of Pop Michael Jackson.
In split seconds, the man switched positions and tempo as he took his dancing to a different level with fast legwork.
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