"He Has Great Skills": Confident Boy in Native Wrapper Dances to Traditional Music, Video Goes Viral
- A confident young boy took the act of dancing to a great level when he danced in the midst of adults
- The boy used his excellent dance skills to thrill the adults who watched as he moved his body to a native music
- The video has been posted on Instagram, and dance lovers on the platform praised the kid for being skilful
A young boy who is a skilled dancer danced to a native song in a viral Instagram video.
His dance was performed in the midst of adults who watched with joy and clapped for him. The video was posted by @jesuisbeninois.
Young boy dances to traditional music
In the video, the boy had a native wrapper tied around his waist, he wore a trouser underneath it. His upper body was not covered.
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The music he danced to was a native one, but despite his young age, he had a proper grasp of it and how to shake his body to the rhythm.
Adults who watched the boy as he danced could not control themselves as they repeatedly clapped for him.
Also, Instagram users found the dance video very interesting as they took to the comments to appreciate him with kind words. The video was reposted by @NWE.
Watch the video below:
Reactions from Instagram users
"It's more than dance, it's our pride, our culture is."
"African culture is just beautiful. This is how we influenced and continue to influence music in the world."
"What a beautiful dancing boy."
"That's what was missing in the dance of "the woman king" movie."
"Bros got better motor skills than me."
"Me dancing for my village people when am still a kid thinking I have someone to save me."
Mango seller dances powerfully
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a mango seller danced nicely in her shop.
In the video, the lady was dressed in a native wrapper, and she whined her waist very powerfully.
She went viral on TikTok, and many people asked where she was located so as to patronise her.