BY FAR the best 4th of July I've been apart of, S/O to the Mexican neighbors across the street making this lit lmaooo pic.twitter.com/MGBKMkwq0r— Jashandeep Kahlon (@JKahlon35) July 5, 2017
Two neighborhoods in Stockton, California, were having street parties separately to celebrate the Independence Day. While one speaker played Latin songs, the other played Indian Punjabi songs.
But all the fun began when the Mexicans joined the Indian Punjabi party — it was the moment when another viral video was born. However this time, it didn’t go viral for any incident of hate crime or racism, it went viral for all good reasons, like America’s diversity and unity.
Jashandeep Kahlon, who posted the video featuring Mexicans and Punjabis dancing together to songs from their respective cultures on Twitter, told the Daily Mail he was partying with his friends when their Mexican neighbors began dancing in the street.
Both the parties joined in and started dancing to their songs. It started off with the chart-topping Puerto-Rican song "Despacito." Next on the playlist was the 2004 all-time favorite party anthem, "Gasolina," followed by a few other Latin American songs.
After the Latina mix, the music switched to some Punjabi songs. This was when the Indian group of men joined in to show their moves, and they even taught some sporty Mexicans their Indian dance moves.
The entertaining video, shared by social media user Kahlon, has since gone viral with over 22 million shares on Facebook in just a little over a week.
“2 different cultures dance together is so cool.Nice blend of music.Mexican & Punjabi,” a Facebook user from California posted.
Other reacted on Twitter after watching the amusing video.
Aye josh!! Love you brotha! Puttin us out there it was a fun day!!— DSharma (@mrrolldeep) July 6, 2017
Love you too my guy— Jashandeep Kahlon (@JKahlon35) July 7, 2017
Thanks for making us famous bro????— Deol.Di.Profile (@Deol_Sukhman) July 6, 2017
The most lit Stockton's ever been ??????— LockStyle (@PalakObama) July 6, 2017
OKAY BUT REALLY homeboy in the oldschools and ol boy in the pink are so fine I'm gonna cry— Mak (@mykaylann) July 18, 2017
Mexicans and punjabis get it lit (peep the guy in the white at the end) pic.twitter.com/a63uw2kGeX— Jesse ?? (@iamjessesingh) July 6, 2017