“How Demons Enter Your Kids”: Small Boy Stands in Front of TV, Repeats Asake’s ‘Spiritual’ Moves in Yoga Video
- A video of a toddler enjoying singer Asake’s music video for his latest song, Yoga, has sparked mixed reactions from netizens
- The little man was spotted standing in front of a TV screen as the video played and he proceeded to mimic some of Asake’s move
- However, the clip generated different reactions from parents on social media, with some hinting at the spiritual implications
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Singer Asake’s music video for his latest track, Yoga, has caught the attention of many music lovers and it appears toddlers are not left out.
Barely hours after the video went live, a clip making the rounds online captured the moment a toddler busied himself with the visuals as it played on the television.
The little man took his position in front of the large TV screen and proceeded to mimic some of Asake’s slow moves in the video.
Check out the viral clip as sighted online below:
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Social media users react
"Wahala this one no get bills o pay. Na dance him dey learn."
"Ajeh ngbo, Asake na spirit."
"This generation will not be like this forever, let ur children love reading books, not all this."
"That side gaaan na something else Asake sabi!"
"That’s what infants do . Same reason you all grew up looking up to a white man from Nazareth . It is called nurture."
"This song is a very demonic song."
"This is how demons enter into your children and you start wondering what went wrong with them after they start exhibiting some dangerous and evil attitude."
Daniel Regha kicks against Asake and Omah Lay's videos
In a related story, Legit.ng previously reported that controversial Twitter user Daniel Regha dropped his two cents on Asake’s newly released single Yoga with its visuals.
Regha in his post compared and gave the similarities between Asake’s Yoga video and Omah Lay’s Soso music videos.
The active Twitter account believes that the two music videos have something negative and demonizing in common.