A wedding is usually a celebration of lifetime togetherness between two people and during this period, invited friends and family usually come around to merry rocking different lovely outfits, however, a video was shared online by one of the reputable entertainment and news outlets in Nigeria. This video has caused a lot of reactions due to the way the groom danced.
Looking at this video that was recently shared on the official Instagram page of Pulse Nigeria, some group of white men, including the husband to be gained the attention of the guest at the party due to the way they were dancing to the Afrobeats songs from Wizkid and Skale.
Let's take a look at some of the screenshots gotten from the video showing how these white people were dancing:-
Cc:- Pulse Nigeria
Even though they may not be able to sing Nigerian songs, a lot of people were amazed by their dancing steps and how joyful they look.
Read reactions below:-
Watch the video here
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