- A Nigerian father entertained his family on his 79th birthday as he sang classic hip hop song and danced
- With his children hyping him, the man stood up from his chair and gave very interesting moves in his traditional clothes
- Instagram users were amazed by the daddy's lovely character as some said they wished their fathers were alive
The video of a Nigerian man dancing in the presence of his children as he celebrated his 79-year-old birthday has gone viral on social media.
When one of the children requested that he sing for them, he asked to know if they wanted a hip hop song and the child said yes.
Is that a latest song?
With a big smile on his face, he said he would be singing the 'latest'. He started singing Puff Daddy's I'll Be Missing You released in 1997.
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He stood at the request of his children and started dancing. It was such a lovely sight.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has over 26,000 likes with almost 2,000 comments. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Daddy don train children finish so he can sing and dance na."
"This is so nice ... the kind of stuff i want to do with my kids and grand kids by God’s grace."
"Daddy said latest song, that song don reach 20years. Wonderful man , God bless and keep him."
"Osheeee Dad with the sauce, hype can make you overdo yourself.... if I’m dancing and you just say Kimmo aahhhhhh I will scatter the dance floor."
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Dance and baby sang
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a baby and his father stirred massive reactions on Instagram after they both sang Goya Menor's Ameno Remix (You Want to Bam Bam) in a short video.
They started the song midway by saying "you want to join cult...". What amazed people most was the way the kid used his baby language to sing along.
Though his words were not clear enough, you could pick from his muddled-up words that he was really singing the popular hit track.