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Viral video: The military coup takes place in the background of the fitness trainer’s dance video

Updated: 1:27 PM CST February 3, 2021

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Jane Fonda’s training. It wasn’t no. This fitness routine caused duplicate shots. Let’s call it Cou Aerobics as this PE teacher finished her routine in Myanmar’s capital. The military took power in a coup. This convoy was on its way to the Capitol complex and paused for a moment to block a roadblock behind the dancer. Oblivious, read a comment. But surreal is the most posted word. It’s a fake video look at her shadow that’s half missing and posted by naysayers. With this answer I would like to introduce you to the concept of stairs online. Sleuths located her location at that roundabout with steps behind her and broke her shadow. The video was soon track two anyway. Facebook Page, the physical instructor, posted videos to show that she’s been doing routines in the same place for months. You would see things behind you like a motorcycle with a ladder, but nothing is as fascinating as a coup. The song that she even danced sirens to is a song that is sometimes played during protests to ridicule arrogant authorities. We couldn’t reach her, but the PE teacher wrote on Facebook. I didn’t dance to mock or mock an organization or to be silly. I danced for a fitness dance competition. Next thing you know went from photo buyers to US Capitol coup dancer. Someone wrote Life goes on even in a pandemic and a military coup. And, like it or not, she achieved a coup within the coup by going viral. Jeanne Moos, CNN, New York

Viral video: The military coup takes place in the background of the fitness trainer’s dance video

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Updated: 1:27 PM CST February 3, 2021

When a physical education teacher was doing her routine in Myanmar’s capital, the military took power behind her in a coup. A convoy drove towards the parliament complex and paused for a moment at a roadblock behind the dancer. The video was followed soon after Khing Hnin Wai’s Facebook page: “I didn’t dance to mock or mock an organization or be silly. I danced for a fitness contest,” she wrote on her Facebook page. She posted other videos of her dancing on the same site – she’s been dancing and recording videos there for months. Check out the video above to learn more about this story.

When a physical education teacher was doing her routine in Myanmar’s capital, the military took power behind her in a coup.

A convoy drove towards the parliament complex and paused for a moment at a roadblock behind the dancer.

The video was soon followed on Khing Hnin Wai’s Facebook page.

“I didn’t dance to ridicule or ridicule an organization or be silly. I danced for a fitness contest,” she wrote on her Facebook page.

She posted other videos of her dance in the same location – she had danced and recorded videos there for months.

Check out the video above to learn more about this story.