Peeps Laugh At Video Of White People At Traditional Wedding Dancing With No Rhythm: “What A Disastrous Mess”
- Mzansi people had a good laugh at a group of white people trying to bring the vibe to a traditional wedding
- Twitter user @DenzilTaylor shared a video showing the memorable moment that had people rolling on the floor
- While people admitted that it was great to see them dance, they couldn't help but bust at the lack of rhythm
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Our Rainbow Nation is indeed coming together, but some things still need work. A group of young white people participating in a traditional wedding had people in stitches with their attempts at grooving.
While the whole 'white people can't dance' is a stereotype that has been proven incorrectly many times, people can generally have a good laugh in situations where it does apply.
Twitter video shows some white people with no rhythm at traditional wedding
A video was posted by Twitter user @DenzilTaylor showing a long line of white people making their way into a traditional wedding. Dressed beautifully in traditional attire, they really tried their best to bring a vibe but didn't seem to quite understand the assignment.
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Take a look:
Mzansi citizens laugh at the Mlungu's groove fail
This video is heart-warming as it shows the unity of race and culture in Mzansi. However, people couldn't help but chuckle at the failed attempts to groove by the fairer-skinned peeps.
Read some of the comments:
"Proper contradictions can be charming, brings humility to the soul."
“These guys are doing it on purpose. If you have ever listened to a song even "happy birthday to you" it has a melody and a beat. Moving like they are suffering from diseases! Why don't they do the same when singing happy birthday to you.”
“She’s definitely bringing the land back.”
“At this rate, each "dancer/walker" should have listened to their individual songs via headphones.”
“They need a new teacher. Most of these things need practice years before the wedding day.”
White girl's Zulu accent goes TikTok viral, Mzansi in stitches over confident cutie
In a related news, popular South African website Briefly News reported that after seeing a white South African kid who sounds Zulu, Mzansi had much to say. The kid got over 100,000 views for the video in which she was speaking.
The video also received thousands of likes and people shared their thoughts in the comments. Many people found the video heartwarming.
A TikTok video by @nomazwe6 of a blonde kid speaking English in a Zulu accent. In the video, she says that many people assume her family doesn't speak English at home, but they do.
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