Thanks to Gqom music and the likes of musicians Busiswah and Babes Wodumo, doing vosho seems super-easy – which it actually isn’t.
Although many South Africans have mastered the skill of the dance, also embraced by controversial dancer Zodwa Wabantu, a lot more either need to learn it still, or completely refrain from any attempts altogether.
If you’re unsure or simply unaware of the dangers that come with the vosho, read on.
Before you vosho, be very sure hey🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 we need a vosho recovery clinic vosho is dangerous😭🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
— Tsholo (@DrTsholo_K) January 28, 2018
These videos are evidence of just how not to break yourself trying.
Don’t try vosho at home kids… pic.twitter.com/ClElLp3TwP
— #SinuousLinesDesign (@Sentletse) January 24, 2018
…Vosho it's not for everyone pic.twitter.com/UBPD4FGgM5
— #BForce (@RR_Last1) January 21, 2018
— R.M Phoolo (@CassperNyovest) January 27, 2018
— Courtnaé Moreki Paul (@Courtnae_Paul) January 28, 2018
The after effects of doing vosho are killing me now 😥😭 pic.twitter.com/IE2ZUBlszu
— Kokoti👑 (@Misskaykei) January 28, 2018
— Steve Mabusela (@thereal_steve_m) January 21, 2018