– A little boy joined a team of adults in a choreography session and his performance got many people applauding him
– Many people said his creative moves are a perfect example that kids could quickly have a good grasp of things when they put their minds to it
– In the video, the amazing kid made every turn in the dance composition without missing a tiny bit
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A kid has shown just how very brilliant children can be at things that adults may find difficult to carry out.
In a short video that has gone viral on Instagram, a little boy joined some choreographers as he imitated their dance moves.
He aced it!
His performance was even more than an imitation as every move was in tune with what the other dancers were doing.
People said that the delivery was brilliant. His cloth which are different from what the dancers have on somewhat shows that he may not even be part of the group.
Watch his amazing performance below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has been seen over 300,000 times with more than 56,000 likes.
Is he an adult in kid’s body?
. compiled some of the reactions below:
“The boy taught them the dance.”
“Children have the most retentive of memories cos they have no worries, hence the phase ‘catch them young’.”
“Some Ancestors Dey come back in form of pikin oo.”
“The fact that he’s doing it all alone is really cute.”
“The way I dey shake my head for here….. you go think Sam Na me be the coach.”
“The precision and the energy.”
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Another kid dancer wowed people
Meanwhile, . earlier reported that a young girl gave so many positive vibes as she danced to Bella Shurmda’s popular song, Cash App in front of the TV.
What amazed many when her clip surfaced online was that she sang along as she watched the music video.
The kid does the popular hand moves popularised by Zlatan Ibile and combined it with the legwork known as gbese.