- A video of some kids doing acrobats has generated massive conversations online about the beauty of the sport
- People who applauded the kid for putting up an amazing show said there must be a high level of trust between them
- To entertain their audience, they flipped each other up in the air and climbed on their shoulders
A group of kids has shown off their acrobatic skills in a video that has since gone viral. Like professional athletes, the children gave a mesmerising show.
The Twitter account, @Oluwaremisneh, who tweeted out the video said the kids' performance is quite unbelievable.
In the clip, the kids with sleight hands, swift movement, and a firm gip spun each other in the air.
During their act, they formed a tall human tree as they stood on each other's shoulders without shaking.
As their performance went on, their audience stood captivated by it all. Many who saw the video wondered how the children could be located.
There were those who said it must take a good measure of trust for each other for members of the group to pull off a sterling show every time.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has over 50,000 views with more than 3,000 retweets. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"This is the only play that comes with trust."
"My question is....who them dey throw that guy give? Niggga working back like little jet li tho."
"I no fit get pikin and someone will be doing rough play with him like that."
"How does he climb the guy on black like a monkey though. Before y'all try to batter me, it's ain't racism though. I'm black too."
"Abeg when him fling am how him dey land, abi person dey catch am for that corner? I only see him coming back time after time."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the saying that dogs are human's best friends could be right in the case of a little girl whose video of her performing alongside a dog went viral.
In the clip that has been watched over two million times, the girl and her pet were in sync as they showed off some creative gymnastic moves.
The canine beauty also seemed to understand every of the girl's commands as it responded well to all her hand signs.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.