VIDEO: Nigerian Ladies Go Viral After Executing The Shaku Shaku Dance On The Austrian Runway, See The Full Routine

by Nana Tamakloe
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Nigerians have created a new norm on the runway at the ongoing Vienna Fashion Week happening in Austria. Meant to be a display of latest fashion designs by some of the world’s leading young designers, it was all dance and colours as soon as the models from the Gold Carvier Crew stepped out in full Nigerian wear and dance moves. They danced to African music under the theme Colors of Africa.

Nigerian ladies created and international buzz giving Vienna Fashion Week it’s most popular moment in history when the beautiful plus size models/dancers hit the runway in clothes by Amba.

The headwrapped ladies stepped out in African prints clothes and livened up the runway added some extra flavour by putting more bounce in their walk, excepts of dances here and there and then closing the finally with a dance routine.

One particular moment took the net by storm after it was posted on the NWE instagram page, a flash moment when a descending model and an ascending model both Shaku Shaku’d at their intersection. A Nigerian dance heavily popularized by popular Nigerian afrobeat rapper Olamide, as seen below.

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How well did she do?

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That segment on ig received over 900,000 views just on the NWE page alone. This was by far Vienna Fashion Week’s most glorious moment and will definitely give it far more recognition than it previously had. It is also set to give Amba designs a great headway if capitalized on by the design team. Watch the full clip below.

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