– A young lady recently shared an adorable clip of her parents dancing while saying goodbye to her
– In the clip, her loving parents danced together while they waved her off as she left in her car
– The clip received hundreds of reactions from Twitter who found it very heartwarming
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Some parents are truly Heaven-sent. A young South African lady recently shared a cute video of her parents sending her off with a whole dance complete with rhythm to match the music that was playing in the background.
@NatAlleyCat captioned the cute 23-second video clip that she uploaded on her Twitter page:
“Please look at my parents.”
Soon the post received hundreds of likes. Many locals also headed to the comment section to gush over how adorable the loving parents looked while dancing together during the short farewell with their daughter.
Read a few of their comments below.
“Love the dad socks vibe.”
“This is just the most adorable thing.”
“That gave me a little happy tear! Bless them.”
“So precious and talented. My heart.”
“Love this family too damn much.”
“Momzie has all the moves!”
“Your mom was eating it UP. I love this. They are absolutely adorable.”
“Love this, thanks for sharing.”
“What a lovely pair!”
“Love them. Coolest dudes.”
Mzansi parents share a fun dance together as they wave their daughter goodbye. Source: @NatAlleyCat
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In an earlier report by Bioreports, a Nigerian mum decided to entertain herself in a special way, but her husband did not seem happy about it.
A video shared by their daughter identified as Uzo Njoku on Twitter showed the woman dressed in a beautiful cold-shoulder dress dancing in her living room.
While moving to the beat of the music playing in the background, the woman tried to catch her busy husband’s attention by dancing in front of him.
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