Boerboel Wear's TikTok Video: Models Dance to the Beat of the Farm
Photo Cred: Boerboel Wear | Facebook

“Someone needs to say it, but how are 1. all of them dancing on different beats and 2. none of them dancing on the beat of the song.”

 

South Africa (15 August 2023) – In a world where social media trends come and go faster than you can say “kort broekkies,” South Africa’s favorite clothing brand, Boerboel, has once again left us some of us hot under seats… and others in stitches with their latest TikTok video.

Known for their quirky marketing tactics and eye-catching fashion, Boerboel has managed to capture the hearts of South Africans everywhere – even if we’re not entirely sure who their target audience is or what they’re actually marketing. But hey, we’re not complaining – we’re just here for the good vibes and belly laughs!

For those unfamiliar with Boerboel, they’ve become synonymous with their signature “kort broekkies” (short shorts) and the delightfully shirtless escapades their models embark upon on social media. It’s like they’ve tapped into some secret formula that keeps us simultaneously bewildered and amused. Some folks can’t help but wonder if these unique fashion choices are actually making their way onto farms or if they’re just being sported by enthusiastic followers who want to keep the brand’s social media game strong. Either way, the intrigue just adds to the fun.

But let’s get to the real star of the show: the latest TikTok video that’s got the internet buzzing. In this hilarious snippet of farm-inspired fun, two of Boerboel’s charismatic models – Wim Grobler and Ruan Malot – take centre stage with a woman we haven’t seen before. And what are they doing, you might ask? Well, they’re dancing their hearts out to a seriously banging house song. If you thought you’d seen it all from Boerboel, this video proves that they’re always ready to up the ante.

Of course, the internet hasn’t wasted any time in sharing their thoughts on this latest Boerboel masterpiece. Comments and reactions have flooded in, ranging from playful jokes about whether farmers really strut their stuff in “kort broekkies” to speculation about whether farmer’s wives are secretly behind the brand’s success. But one thing’s for sure: South Africans are loving every minute of it.

“Someone needs to say it, but how are 1. all of them dancing on different beats and 2. none of them dancing on the beat of the song.”

“Do they make those shorts in men sizes as well?”

“Tell me you’re South African without telling me you’re South African.”

Watch the video below:

@boerboelwear #BoerboelMyNou🔥@Wim Grobler @RUAN MALOT #fyp #fypシ #foryoupage #Tiktokviral #afrikaans #boer #farmer #boerboelwear #wysjouvleis #afrikaansfyp #Trend ♬ original sound – boerboelwear


Sources: Boerboel | TikTok 
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