- A popular TikToker, Nelly Rivera (@nellymarieeee), took to social media to share a mesmerising belly dance video
- She can be seen showing off her own unique version of the fire drill - “Stop, drop and roll”- in the clip
- The talented dancer’s hip and torso movements left her online audience in awe as they commented with their admiration
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Popular TikToker Nelly Rivera (@nellymarieeee) had the cyber community mesmerised by her impressive belly dancing in a video she posted recently.
In the clip, she demonstrates her own rendition of how to “stop, drop and roll” should one find themselves in a heated situation. Nelly can be seen winding her waist with ease, imitating a snake’s slithery movements.
Belly dancing has origins in Egypt. It features movements of the hips and torso. It has evolved to take many different forms depending on the country and region, both in costume and dance style.
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The post has over 196.5K views on TikTok and peeps are in absolute awe of Nelly’s moves.
“Seeing you always helps.”
Y TU QUIEN ERES said:
“Get it friend.”
Stevie Mattis commented:
“I’m like mesmerised. That roll was immaculate!”
“This by far is the best belly roll I've ever seen. #skills”
Zena love replied:
“Omg, you look like Selena.”
“My lower back said nope, go home and stay in bed.”
mr pool reacted:
“I am on fire... wait it's not working.”
“I swear you’re my favourite person on TT! Sooooo beautiful!”
Talented Lady in Heels Leads Young Men in Dance Lesson with Intense Energy; Peeps Can't Believe Her Vigor
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a young lady famously known as the Queen of Salsa has shown that she's a woman of many talents as she delivered impressive and energy-filled dance moves in Instagram videos.
The multi-talented young lady was captured on camera leading a group of young men at Menscook Catering & Logistics in a dance session as they entertained themselves.
In the clips seen by YEN.com.gh, the Queen of Salsa takes the young men through some dance steps jamming to Turn Up, a song by Ghanaian highlife singer Kuami Eugene.
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