- A boy dressed as a woman has defeated his sister in a dance competition as they vibed to Larry Gaga's Egedege song
- Many people who mistook the boy for a girl said his waist is more flexible than the lady's as they wondered what she was doing
- In a short viral clip, the little one rolled his waist in a fast manner as he matched it with the right leg moves
A little boy and his sister have given Instagram users entertaining content as both of them danced hard to Larry Gaga's Egedege song.
In a video shared by Yabaleft Online, they both tied wrapper to give effect to their waist dance moves.
He defeated her
With headgear on the boy's head, you could easily mistake him for a short old woman. When both of them backed the camera to show their waist movement, the boy's flexibility outshone the older one.
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The little one was also able to bend lower because of his height, making his dance steps all the more entertaining.
Watch the clip below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 90,000 likes with more than 2,000 comments.
People praised him
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Definition of 'SMALL WAIST DEY SHAKE O'."
"The one na small pinkin Abi na small old woman?"
"That smally is from my home town, cause it can only be enugu pals rocking it this way."
"She must be a grand mother."
"Wetin the big sister dey dance."
"Short people and showoffs."
Kid shows off her moves
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a kid has shown that children are really fast learners, and like social beings, are heavily influenced by their environment.
In a clip shared 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.
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.