- A young Nigerian man has again made people happy on the street with his music speaker as he sprayed them money
- When he approached a mechanic and a roadside foodseller, they both seemed reluctant to dance as a camera filmed them
- Many Nigerians who reacted to his video prayed for him for making random people on the street happy
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A young man who is known as @brytiwundu on Instagram and popular for making 'vibe videos' that show him going around dancing with strangers has made many happy again.
In one of his latest videos, he went on the street and engaged many people, one of who was a roadside mechanic.
Dance and collect money
When he ran into the mechanic shop with his Bluetooth speaker, the man looked confused. After some persuasion, he started dancing with him.
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As the man showed off his moves, he sprayed him some N200 notes to reward him. It was such a lovely sight to watch.
Apart from the mechanic, he approached a woman selling food and some other people who were also given money.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the reactions:
"@djykbeat com and see dancing step oooo."
"Happiness is free keep on vibing."
"Its the last chap on orange for me o.... Bless you man. When will i see you on the street, so I'll show you my moves."
"There is always a reward for you in heaven for putting a smile on people's face."
"Thank you for always choosing the street everyone deserved to be happy irrespective of the poor economy of the country. Thank you."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the same young man in a video convinced a stranger to dance with him.
With a Bluetooth speaker, the man went to a labourer standing in front of an uncompleted building.
When he asked him to dance, the man looked shy. In seconds, he soon started vibing to Rema's Calm Down song.
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