- A young high school girl's dance to Stonebwoy's Putuu in a classroom has gone wrong
- In an attempt to go wild with her dance, the young girl fell hard on the floor
- Several people have been making viral videos dancing to the Putuu song since it hit social media
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A young senior high school girl dancing to Stonebwoy's trending Putuu song with all her energy went a bit too far and ended up on the floor in the hilarious footage.
The rib-cracking video that gathered numerous reactions was sighted by Legit.ng on the official Facebook handle of TV3 Ghana.
The young girl was in the classroom when the song started playing in the background and she decided to join the social media trend with a dance video before things fell apart.
Watch the full video below:
Since Putuu by Stonebwoy hit social media, it has been trending wildly and got many Ghanaians joining the trend to record dance videos using the song.
Just recently, a video surfaced on social media showing Stonebwoy's daughter singing the lyrics of the song quite brilliantly.
Interestingly, a huge chunk of the words in the Putuu song is just gibberish except for a part that says, "pray, pray, pray and it shall get better".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 21-year-old wowed the internet with her amazing dance moves.
Morgan Bullock went viral when she posted her dance video on TikTok. In the clip, she composed some foot hits that Irish dancers call heavy shoes to popular Beyonce’s remix of Megan Thee Stallion’s Savage.
One of the accolades she has received for the dance moves was the invitation to dance at the Dublin’s 2021 St Patrick’s festivities organised by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
The 21-year-old said that she really loves the Irish dancing, adding that "it was like nothing I’d never seen before”.
She said that the first time she came in contact with the dance, she asked her mum if she could try it.
It should be noted that Bullock is quite a successful dancer who has participated in renowned competitions in Ireland and the United States.
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