During his time at Chennai, the song ‘Lungi Dance’ was in full form and he must have had a lot of exposure to the song.
Mumbai: South African pace-machine, Lungi Ngidi, has learned a lot about Indian culture, having spent one season at Chennai Super Kings. During his time at Chennai, the song ‘Lungi Dance’ was in full form and he must have had a lot of exposure to the song. Because, when Netflix India asked a question related to the song on Twitter.
Netflix India took to Twitter to ask a question to the fans. They wrote, “How many times do you hear 'Lungi Dance' in the chorus of Lungi Dance? Asking for a friend."
How many times do you hear "Lungi Dance" in the chorus of Lungi Dance? Asking for a friend.#ChennaiExpress— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) September 15, 2019
To this tweet, Ngidi replied, “14!”
14!— Lungi Ngidi (@NgidiLungi) September 16, 2019
Delighted by his response, Netflix responded, “A super answer from a super king,"
A super answer from a super king 👑— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) September 17, 2019
This interaction between the two generated a lot of interest from fans on the social networking platform.
One user wrote "the expert answered! Can't contest that!!!!!!" Another user tweeted "Legend spotted".
"This man knows his songs," tweeted another user.
One user corrected Ngidi, saying "Also very sorry to say but it's 16".
The seamer is a part of the South African side that is touring India and will play for the Africans in the Test series. The Test series will start on October 2 and three matches will take place at Vishakhapatnam, Pune and Ranchi.