Watch: Connie Ferguson and Traditional Setswana Dance Moves amaze Mzansi
Connie Ferguson and Traditional Setswana Dance Moves amaze Mzansi
South African role player and producer Connie Ferguson has wowed Mzansi along with her ancient Setswana dance moves.
Video footage of Connie Ferguson performing arts the normal Setswana dance that is doing the rounds on social media has left Mzansi in awe.
Connie Ferguson took to Instagram to share a clip of her showcasing her ancient dance moves with a bunch of dancers all clad in ancient wear and that they area unit serving all types of moods.
Her followers were completely charmed along with her easy dance moves and took to the comment section to shower her amorously.
This took me back home!😭 Ngwao boswa!😍
Here are some of the reactions;
A woman that is truly for her people, which is why she is the chosen one ❤️🙏🏿 love you sis and thank you for inviting us into your beautiful culture
You can take a girl out her roots many u can never take her roots out of her… I u know u know 🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼🇧🇼 🙌🏾🏾🤌🏾👌🏾
You do it so gracefully nkare you are part of the group ❤️
Ngwao Boswa ka nnete. Beautifully done Sis. Ke motlotlo ka wena👏👏🙌❤️❤️😍
Meanwhile, this is not the first time her dance videos have charmed Mzansi. Recently, video footage of her dancing to Amapiano with her daughter Alicia went viral.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by Lorato Atosie Pilane, who is a producer at Ferguson Films, it is easy to assume that Connie was attending dance classes; when in fact, she was actually dancing with her daughter Alicia Angel Ferguson.
In the video, Alicia gave her mother Connie Ferguson and Lorato Amapiano some dance lessons, and Mzansi was charmed by it all.
Alicia, Connie, and the Ferguson Films producer were dancing to the viral TikTok hit La Mezcla by Blaqnick and MasterBlaq.
Her daughter taught her, and Lorato popular Amapiano moves like the zekethe, the Umlando and the dlala ngama shi shi.
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