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VIDEO of Floyd Mayweather dancing to Amapiano shacks Mzansi

American boxing promoter and former professional boxer, Floyd Mayweather was last week in Mzansi on his Motherland Tour and in a video posted on Instagram recently, he was spotted dancing to two popular Amapiano songs in what seemed to be a nightclub.

Before arriving in South Africa, Floyd Mayweather made a quick stop in Zimbabwe on his tour. The retired legendary boxer has had social media buzzing since it was announced that he would be coming down to Africa.

Floyd Mayweather

According to the Culture Collector, while in South Africa Mayweather got to rub shoulders with Montana club owner, Alessio Bettocchi and Stephane Cohen. Amapiano DJ, producer, and lounge owner, Tumelo Manyoni whose best known by his stage name, Mr JazziQ also planned to show Mayweather around Alexandra township and also bring him around to his new spot, Vibes on Main, ZiMoja reported.

Recently, a video doing the rounds on Instagram shows the wealthy retired boxer dancing to a track titled eMcimbini by Kabza de Small featuring DJ Maphorisa. In the clip, Mayweather also showed off his moves to another popular track titled Andiwele by Young Stunna. And, after seeing the retired boxer’s dance moves, South African social media users were left in stitches.

Floyd Mayweather

They have since rushed to the comment section and shared just what they thought about Mayweather’s dance moves.

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Here are some of the reactions:

“Those moves are so pap ,” @themodelanextdoor wrote.

“,” @motheomarunyane reacted,

“BPM of the songs was not ayoba ‍♂️ too fast,” @curtjaymusic said.

“Look at this granddad partying,” @rpiofficial_lesley replied.

“He was in SA; he had no choice,” @thebigdripper_21 said.

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