South Africans break Guinness World Record for largest Amapiano dance

South Africans break Guinness World Record for largest Amapiano dance

Bontle Modiselle along with two others made South African History after making it into the Guinness book of records.

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Actress and singer Bontle Modiselle, musician Alfa Kat and 'World of Dance' co-ordinator Quintus Jansen received a Guinness World Record certificate for the largest Amapiano dance. 

The three South Africans Brought together 250 people to dance to Alfa Kat's latest amapiano song 'Shaya Lento' at the Hector Peterson Memorial in Soweto.

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The record-breaking dance was on e-tv's 'Stumbo Record Breakers'. 

Bontle announced the milestone on her Instagram account along with photos of the official certificate. 

"We’re Official Guinness World Record Holders for: The Largest Amapiano Dance, Choreographed by yours truly, performed Synchronised at the same time. Achieved on @stumbosa Record Breakers. Wow!"

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“To every dancer who came and showed up, thank you for making it all possible. It would have been nothing without you. This is an incredible moment for South African dance history to be cherished forever,” Modiselle added. 

According to Times Live, the show, 'Stumbo Record Breakers' flew in Sofia Greenacre an adjudicator of the Guinness Book of Records to hand over the certificate.

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