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Watch: British PM Theresa May dance in Cape town
Watch and find out why British Prime Minister Theresa May is dancing with school children in Cape town, South Africa.
Obama-era diplomat Susan Rice on Thursday took a rather undiplomatic swing, British Prime Minister Theresa May is clunky dance moves in Africa, says your groove “takes the cake.”
“Someone to help her, please,” the former National security adviser and U. N. Ambassador late on Thursday tweeted.
Can antics on a trip to Africa started in Cape Town this week, where they-African President Cyril Ramaphosa, and has been met with to the South Africa, welcomed by a group of dance students.
May has a wooden dance filmed with some of the children, which quickly led to ridicule from the press and the Twitterati alike.
THERESA MAY BUSTS OUT DANCE MOVES DURING A VISIT IN SOUTH AFRICA
OMG. I’ve seen many executives go to Africa, and moved by the spirit, but this takes the cake. Someone help her, please. https://t.co/7ECDMDeKWb
— Susan Rice (@AmbassadorRice) August 30, 2018
But the normally reserved, who teased regularly, for its rigidity, is apparently turned for nothing, and got into her groove back in Nairobi-where she was filmed dancing scouts with Kenya’s path.
The video, which caught rice’s eye and ire. Rice said she had seen the leader of the “moved by the spirit, but this takes the cake.”
Rice may have been in relation to Ex-US Secretary of state Hillary Clinton, which was filmed and busting some unpleasant trains in South Africa in 2012.
Ex-President George W. Bush raised eyebrows when he busted a move at the White house in 2007, with the KanKouran West African Dance Company.
The trip comes at a turbulent time in her political career, and she is faced with the prospect of a challenge to the leadership of the former foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, in the midst of rage from the right of her Conservative party over her handling about Brexit.
Therefore, it is a bit easier that it seems to be a rhythm, rather than Johnson, the gonna your.
Fox News’ Travis Fedschun contributed to this report.
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