Johannesburg – Sponono hitmaker Kabza de Small has introduced South Africa to a dance move, but not everyone is feeling it.
It all started after he posted a video on social media of himself at a party.
In the video, the musician was seen getting cosy with a bottle as his hand caresses it by moving up and down. He also posted a video of a woman doing the dance.
The move left the internet deep in their feelings, with some praising his sense of humour while others slammed his “disgusting” behaviour.
Many social media users said they wanted to boycott the musician, while Lasizwe said the dance move should be “normalised among men”.
“Something about the way you guys are reacting to Kabza’s video is exposing you guys,” said Wang Scammer.
Oratile said: “Let’s not make that recent Kabza dance a thing. 😔 I’m practically begging”.
“You are disowning him alone Kabza Ke start. All he did was have fun with him homies at groove so o one daar,” said Kgalalelo Mothomogolo.
The video came just days after Kabza was the toast of South Africa when his song Sponono was featured in a Gucci advert with US star Usher.
Usher was seen busting a move during the advert and Kabza’s collaborator DJ Maphorisa predicted it was just the start of SA music taking over the world