- A dancing parrot has become the latest party animal on social media after a clip of it vibing to Endor's Pump it Up surfaced online
- In the video, the bird went with the rhythmic flow as it gyrated to the song
- Many people who commented on its video said the bird is a whole new mood
A parrot has perhaps supported the popular saying that animals sometimes behave like humans as it vibed to a party song.
In a video that has been watched over 200,000 times, the bird vibed to Pump it Up (Extended Mix) by Endor.
When the song first came on and people were raising their hands in the air to the electronic music, the parrot looked on as it moved from side to side as if observing what they were doing.
Seconds after, the animal banged heavily to Pump it Up as it repeatedly nodded to the song in a gyration mode.
Watch the clip below:
Many people commented on the parrot's dancing skills. Below are some of the reactions:
"I love this bird. He bailed me out once in Rio. Good dude."
"@marcrebillet This bird reminds me of you!"
"Those are some serious rocking out party fingers you’ve got there bruh."
"This bird knows how to party."
"That head movement on point."
"Incredible and awesome at the same time. You go birdie!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a parrot became a world celebrity after it rendered a smooth cover of Beyonce’s If I Were A Boy.
Called Chico, the nine-year-old amazon parrot is known to always sing at the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park in Boston, England.
A clip of the bird giving a marvellous rendition of Beyonce’s song went viral after it was uploaded on social media.
It was gathered that the bird maintained very good notes singing the opening lines to the 2008 hit as visitors to the park were amazed.
Among other songs it has mimicked are P*ker Face” by Lady Gaga, “Firework” by Katy Perry and “You Drive Me Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley.
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