- A Nigerian kid showing fast legwork moves to Bad Boy Timz' Move song has gone viral and attracted comments online
- In a video, the kid demonstrated popular South African waistline dance as she bent backwards in rhythm to the song
- Many people who reacted to the video said that the kid danced so well they believe she must be a reincarnated grandma
A kid has shown that children are really fast learners, and like social beings, are heavily influenced by their environment.
In a clip shared by Tunde Ednut on Instagram, the baby danced energetically to Bad Boy Timz's new song, Move. What amazed people most was the relative ease she infused into the performance.
She is so good!
While dancing in front of a big TV screen at home, the girl showed off her dance moves in a way that bordered between demonstration and dance.
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At a point, the kid made quick leg moves in an attempt to interpret the song's beats more. Her expressions and moves were entertaining.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 2,000 comments with thousands of likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"She’s too adorable man."
"Wow wow wow indeed. The mixture of accuracy with innocence."
"She don watch liqourose and the likes tire."
"All this old grandma way recantate come back life."
"I still wonder if children of nawa days are still children ooo, this kids are our forefathers and mothers that died oooo…but girl is fire."
"This babe have been here before. Don’t tell me nothing."
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"Poco lee pikin."
Little girl shows of singing skill
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a little girl singing along and dancing to Simi's Woman song has got many people reacting on social media.
As the song played on the TV, the girl drummed on a wooden piggy bank as she tried to say the correct lyrics.
At a point, she stopped drumming, looked at the screen, and started dancing. It was such a cute display of innocence.