– An adorable boy and his silly little goat have gone viral on social media after re-enacting an iconic scene from The Lion King
– In the 10-second clip, the boy sings the films awe-inspiring theme song while he lifts his friendly goat in the air
– Many share their reactions to the hilarious boy and his animal friend
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One Disney cult classic film, released all the way back in 1994, is getting a serious Mzansi reboot. A local boy and his adorable baby goat have gone viral on social media after their hilarious re-enactment of The Lion King was caught on camera.
The playful boy was probably tending to the large herd of animals when he decided to have some fun with a friend and a camera phone.
From the short clip, it’s clear the child is poking fun at the film’s iconic first scene in which baby Simba is born.
Like the wise old Rafiki holding up a newborn lion cub, the teasing boy lifts his kid goat into the air all while singing the film’s well-known theme song, Circle of Life. What makes the video even more hilarious is that the cute goat cries out in a loud ‘Baaaa’ as though on queue.
The viral video’s already been watched more than 40k times and Mzansi couldn’t help sharing their thoughts on the hysterical clip. Read some of their comments below:
“It’s the timing of that roar for me.”
“The kid was like: Nka screama”
“The ‘roar’ at the end killed me.”
“Can I do this when my wife gives birth?”
“This is so cute!”
“The timing, lmao!”
“The goat said… I UNDERSTAND THE ASSIGNMENT OKAY!!”
Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that Hollywood actor Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson was tagged on Twitter by a dad showing his kid’s admiration of the star.
The child was playing a game related to The Lion King and allowed only one ‘human’ to be part of the kingdom – The Rock’s action figure.
Proud and amused dad, Lin-Manuel Miranda (an American composer, lyricist, singer, rapper, actor, and more), let the Jumanji actor know about this special treatment.