- A tall Nigerian girl has gone viral on social media after showing off her dance moves on the TikTok app
- In a lovely video, the pretty lady danced sweetly on the road while revealing her state of origin to fans
- Netizens who watched the video on TikTok showered accolades on the lady over her beauty and boldness
A pretty Nigerian girl from Ebonyi state has impressed netizens on TikTok with her native dance moves.
A video shared via the popular app, TikTok, captured the pretty girl identified as @benntelma dancing traditionally.
Telma hails from Ebonyi state
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Rocking a short tight and long flowered top, the cute lady showcased her native dance moves in style and elegance.
Reactions trail video of Igbo girl dancing
Netizens have taken turns to shower accolades on the beautiful lady.
“What a beautiful damsel so amazing dance wow you are so beautiful with good height. Igbo amaka oooo one love guys more grace to grace to you sis.”
“My sister why me and you com tall like iroko. Ebonyi to the world.”
“Nwaoma if you marry imo state person u go enjoy life o.”
“Na how to come on onicha come pay your bride price I dey reason since morning.”
“How do you manage to stand when you fall. Girl you too tall.”
“I will break up with my bae cus of you.”
Watch the video below:
Tall lady dances on the road in video
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young lady has caused a frenzy on the TikTok app after displaying her unique height to netizens. Several videos on her page captured the young woman flaunting her unique height as netizens shared their thoughts.
While many were curious to know her exact height, others wanted to find out whom she took after, her mum or dad. One of the videos she shared via her official TikTok account, @uceey3, showed her dancing to a military song while flaunting her height.
@rabiat460 wrote: “As in eh,This girl is tall. thank God I don see role model. I don’t snap bcs ppl cause me that am tall. Don’t you at least move your legs, walk or something? You’re not even dancing. Well, let it not be like I didn’t compliment u. Well done.”