- Winnie Daniel, a DJ, posted a video of herself and her colleagues seated next to a turntable as they hosted a lovely virtual show
- Their group moved internet users and had them digging into their pockets ready to make donations
- The trio consisted of individuals with disabilities who had their hustle spirit on
Social media users are still replaying a video shared on Facebook by a group of talented DJs living with disabilities.
Three friends who decided to hustle instead of begging were worth every penny thanks to their remarkable performance that was delivered virtually.
Well-wishers sent their donations
Winnie Daniel who was part of the group shared the clip and asked well-wishers to send in any amount of donations they had.
The trio played songs that ranged from Reggae, Riddims to the good old RnB which seemed to tickle the fancy of most of their viewers.
Anyone who spotted the clip was instantly blown away by their amazing workmanship.
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They danced and sang as they spread joy
The happy friends sang along to the music and even knew how to handle the equipment with care.
Their lead host held the microphone and took their viewers step by step through the whole process as the two other performers let the music seep into their veins.
One sat in a wheelchair but that did not bar him from dancing and moving to the beats.
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Group was formed
Joseph Anthony Gitau who is also a part of the diverse group said that the DJs are split into two sections.
One of their groups is called Skylar entertainment and it aims at uplifting people living with disabilities.
It was formed in 2020 and their skills have been their main source of income during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of them said:
"My group consists of Joseph, Stephen and Robert and we love playing gospel music. We all started hosting live videos in 2020."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported about a young disabled South African woman, Tinyiko Gwambe, who was born with no arm. She shared a pretty motivational post in Facebook's ImStaying group.
In her post, she explained how it had always been her dream to drive. Her dream finally became a reality after the disability unit at the University of Pretoria decided to explore the possibility of her becoming a licensed driver.
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