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“She Shakes it Better”: Old Woman in Gown Dances by Roadside with Waist, Video of Her Sweet Moves Goes Viral

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"She Shakes it Better": Old Woman in Gown Dances by Roadside with Waist, Video of Her Sweet Moves Goes Viral

A TikTok video has shown an old woman who knows how to dance as she stood by the roadside and shook her waist.

In the trending video posted by @Umaka_galz, the woman danced energetically with a bottle of drink in her hand.

Dressed in a fitted gown, the woman dropped her drink on the ground when she wanted to do a new move that involved touching the floor.

Old woman whines waist, shakes her behind

In the video, she first began the dance with her body, shaking all parts and making good use of her hands for gestures.

But as the dance progressed, she switched to the use of her waist. She shook it violently, but accurately to the sound of the music.

There is no doubt in the minds of all who have seen the video that the woman is a good dancer.

Watch the video below:

@umaka_galz

♬ original sound – RitaN

Reactions from TikTok users

@AFRICANCURRENY said:

“Life is short! Enjoy your life to the full. Love strong women.”

@Mapulesithole commented:

“Our parents deserves happiness as well.”

@user4183758246545 said:

“In life when you skip a stage you must walk it back at older age.”

@Phuthi Elisa Masemola commented:

“This song reminds her of the good old days.”

@Tiana said:

“l don’t know how many bottles did that.”

@Sandy commented

“Life is short we enjoy every minute.”

@user829089175943 said:

“She is shaking better than most!”

@Hanny.wa.Bobi said:

“Just incase she kicks that bottle by mistake.”


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