- Social media user @bandile_banks have peeps laughing out loud after sharing a video of a man dancing at a taxi rank
- The clip has been doing the rounds on social media and sees the man dance and sing for his audience of commuters
- South African online users shared their funny reactions to the tweet with many revealing that they enjoyed the dancer’s content
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A video of a man dancing at a taxi rank has the cyber community entertained and laughing out loud.
The clip was posted by @bandile_banks on Twitter recently and sees a scruffy man singing while busting some moves for taxi commuters.
“I’ll put a ring on your finger,” his Zulu love song translates.
Dancing man wins over fans
South Africans love a good dance video and this post was just that, sitting at over 53K views and 2 300 likes on Twitter at the time of publication. Judging by the public’s interaction, it seems like the man in the video is known for his moves on the social media streets. Check out some comments and reactions below:
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“This is my favourite version. The huns going “Haiboooo” cleans me yoh.”
“That taxi rank looks clean.”
“The video wasn’t taken in a Jozi taxi rank, that’s why it is clean.”
“@ob_knows I was just thinking about you last night. Idk why this video reminds me of you.”
“Y’all have videos for everything.”
“Pls. This is hilarious.”
Talented Ghanaian Boy Displays Skillful Dance Moves
YEN.com.gh previously reported that a talented young Ghanaian boy stunned a gathering of young folks with his eye-popping dance moves and energy as he took to the dance floor to show what he's got.
In a video circulated widely on social media, the young boy is seen in a casual outfit dancing to the delight of the people who had surrounded him at an unknown event.
His impressive balance despite his weight was one of the things that got scores of people heaping praises on him.
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