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Dirty Dancing, Guinea Style

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While booty shaking dances are old hat in this country -- extolled in music videos and practiced to perfection by strippers -- in West African countries such as Guinea, where the ass jiggling Wolosso dance craze has taken hold, it's enough to get you stripped and beaten in the town square. Check out this video for (what I think are) some shots of the Wolosso.

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