- A video showing a man and child making unrelated conversation has gotten people calling them professional comedians
- Not only was their conversation funny, the grownup fist-bumped with the kid as if he's an adult
- Many tweeps wondered what the child must have been saying in his baby language
A very funny video of a man and baby has gone viral as it got many people talking on social media.
In the short clip, the man who some believed to be his father fist-bumped with the kid. Afterwards, he went into unrelated talk trying to tell the child what never even happened.
In the middle of the conversation, the baby made a meaningless contribution that suddenly got both of them laughing.
One of the funniest things happened when the toddler imitated the man by slapping his hand on his leg while laughing.
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Many people who reacted to their video said both the man and the kid are great comedians and they complement each other well.
Watch the video below:
The video had over 11,000 views as at the time of writing this report. Briefly News compiled some of the reactions below:
"Like father like son. Two of una na agbaya."
"Sweet feeling and indeed funny."
"See serious gist the young man dey give him papa ...una Dey laugh am."
"Its obvious that the bond will last."
"Shey na by force to talk? Your papa sef na cruise."
"Father and son conversation."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a little baby has left many amazed as she trended on social media after she was caught on camera dancing to her mom’s bedtime lullaby.
The toddler’s mother, 27-year-old Chane Milner-Joseph, said that it is her routine to always sing to Chyla Rae before she sleeps.
When she discovered the 11-month-old baby was standing and dancing to her gentle lullaby, the woman was overjoyed.
In other Briefly News, a young father has gained a lot of attention after SA media personality Khaya Dlanga headed online to share a thread about how well he was looking after his little one, whose mother was in hospital.
"His wife was in hospital recovering from an operation, so he goes everywhere with his son. He does not leave him with a female relative because he says, 'Ngum ntanam'. The child is his and so his responsibility."
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