- Children from Masaka Kids Africa wowed many people on social media as they danced to Ayra Starr's Bloody Samaritan song
- People showered praise on one of the boys who wore red, saying that his energy triumphed others' in the group
- Among those who reacted to the kids' video were people who revealed that the kids have been dancing for years
Three kids from Masaka Kids Africa danced to Ayra Starr's new song and they did justice to it with their moves.
Resharing the video on Instagram, Tunde Ednut revealed that the children danced so much like adults.
Their fast legwork and coordination show that they must have been doing it for quite some time. Their execution level is top-notch.
PAY ATTENTION: Install our latest app for Android, read best news on Nigeria’s #1 news app
Why are you pointing your gun at me? Akah Nnani recounts nasty experience with police on Ring road bridge
People took to the comment section to praise the kids as many said that the one in the middle danced so well compared to the rest.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered almost 2,000 comments with over 300,000 views.
Below are some of the reactions:
"That boy on red Top."
"And me Dey here with my stiffed body."
"Lol they’re good. I have some of their videos I watch sometimes. The one in the middle is my favorite."
"It’s the boy on red Energy for me."
"When I go sabi dance lai diz . Fufu nor let me make moves."
"The one on red is liquorose brother.. u can't tell me nada."
"They have be dancing for than 2 years now, according to when started following them."
Taxi driver turns car into mini supermarket, makes drinks, sweets & biscuits available for passengers in video
Boy danced to Chris Brown's song
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young boy has joined the #GoCrazyChallenge and he seems to have won it with his amazing moves.
The challenge is based on Chris Brown’s Go Crazy song. In a short video that is less than one minute, the boy showed off his “legwork” as the song played from a moving car that has its passenger door open.
An adult voice, perhaps the boy’s mum’s, hyped the kid’s skill, encouraged him to keep displaying the amazing moves he has in abundance.