A lot of people had reacted after they saw another dance the Nigerian singer, Zlatan Ibile had introduced. A couple of hours ago, the Nigerian internet personality, Tunde Ednut shared a video on his official Instagram account. In the video, the Nigerian singer, Zlatan Ibile was dancing. He wore a blue trouser, white shirt and a green sneaker. After fans had seen this video, they maintained that this type of dance had not been done before. The maintained that the dance might difficult to learn because it is not a simple dance. It involves a stylish and swift movement of different parts of the body such as the head, shoulder, neck, fingers, hands and legs. Many people opined that the dance is a combination of previous dances like Leg Work and Azonto. While he displayed the dance, the singer shook his body like someone who had been electrocuted. He moved his legs and hands like Michael Jackson. After fans had seen this dance, some people alleged that it could make someone break his legs or any part of his body.Even as this is so, a lot of people said they liked the dance and would love to learn it. After I saw this, different thoughts ran through my mind and I began to ask my questions like; which type of dance is this? Why would people want to learn every new thing they see on the internet? Is this dance worth learning? Even as I pontificated on this, I realized that people have the rights to do things that make them happy. Truth be told, in a couple of days, this dance will trend on many social media platforms. Come to think of it, a lot of people love to do things that might appeared to be difficult. Already, many people had shown interest in learning the new dance and would do everything possible to achieve that. Guys, what are your views on this?
Photos Credit: Instagram | Mufasa Tunde Ednut
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