- DJ Finzo faces challenges that others do not on a day-to-day basis
- He took to social media to show his pride in being who he is and to express that 'little people' are capable too
- His hope is to motivate and inspire others by showcasing his fearless nature and owning who he is
Doing normal day-to-day things that we find easy, DJ Finzo is challenged on a daily basis.
A simple things like drawing money at an ATM or using a urinal, is a daunting task for the DJ. On the flip side, Finzo is comfortable and amazing on the dance floor.
After the Sun Team viewed a video that went viral of the Bloemfontein dancing the vosho, they were so impressed and decided to make contact with him, reported the Daily Sun.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Finzo, whose real name is Phinel Sefatsa, commented that short people do not find dancing a challenge. In his opinion, the shorter people outshine the taller ones
The video is only 30-seconds long, but shows the amazing talent Finzo has. He was moving to the song by Sun-El Musician and all the while shouting: “They’re saying shorty can’t do the vosho!
“What’s this? Enjoy life while you still can. Vosho, Shorty! Vosho, Shorty!” He was staying in the Vaal last week when the video was filmed.
Finzo stated that he is aware of the challenges short people face, but like all of us you have to believe in yourself and anything is possible!
He also has the passion to prove that short people have the moves on the dance floor and most of the time do so much better than their taller companions.
He went on to say that he has experienced many challenges in his life, for example the struggle to use an ATM and parking points that are at most shopping malls.
His plea is that things hindering short people should be changed to able them to access the day-to-day amenities.
Speaking to the SunTeam, Finzo said that people with disabilities must not allow the challenges they face to stand in their way of achieving their goals!
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