- A young lady and her friend both danced in their American military uniforms to Davido's Stand Strong song
- The lady who was wearing a low cut left the job of tying her shoes' laces as she started vibing to the latest track like a performer
- People who reacted to their video said that the female soldiers look so cute while others indicated interest in joining the force
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A lady, Brass Jessica, who is in the US Army has vibed hard to Davido's latest song, Stand Strong, in a TikTok video.
Wearing low-cut hair, Jessica who was with her colleague suddenly left her shoe and started making hand gestures like a performer as they sang Stand Strong song.
Many people who reacted to her clip said both of them look cute and the video made their day with its positive vibe.
Watch the video below:
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At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 150,000 views with hundreds of comments.
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
Prime Nation said:
"Lovely, my crush on low cut."
"Only seeing this I'm ok for today..u guy's just made my morning."
"Do buga video by kizz Daniel."
"hmm? comrade come see pretty soldiers oo."
bixt looked for love:
"Please can you be my fiancee? Are you married?"
"nah where all this fine uniform babes they nah."
"Please you girls go and give thanks to your mummy who give birth to you beautiful queens."
"Is there a way I can join the US army I need connection."
"Are you in the states?"
"Lovely, crush on the one with long hair."
Another US soldier dances to a Nigerian song
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young lady serving in the US Army stirred lovely reactions on social media after she danced to Kizz Daniel's Buga song.
She did all that while seating behind a desk, she never left her chair as she rocked to the new hit song.
In the TikTok video, the soldier turned to face the camera and did the popular raised-shoulder-hand move that is commonly associated with the song.