SA choreographer, Somizi Mhlongo shared a cute video of a little dancing and suggested that it was Chomee when she was little. The video went viral with thousands of fans sharing their opinion.
Television personality and choreographer Somizi shared an adorable video of a girl dancing at an event. She shook her bum and showed such energy. Somizi suggested that it was Chomee, SA's musical artist and actress.
The video went viral having more than 193 000 views and more than 1400 comments. Everyone was tagging their friends so they too could see the video and even commented how cute she looked.
But was it really Chomee? Somizi wrote: "Guys I’ve found a video of @chomee1 when she was a kid. She’s been at this since day 1." Take a look at the video below.
The video was so cute that people had to share their comments. Here are a few comments from the post on Instagram:
Zodwamkile: "she really knows her stuff raw talent"
Nothandomchina: "@thulisani_ka_makhebesi woza lapha lol"
Sthembile4529: "Lafa elihle kakhulu, buya msindisi ayikho lento manje"
Angel00u: "@sontjies2802 lil Mulox"
Maletsatsinunu: " "
Zamaqadi9: "I watched this video 10 times already .the child can dance"
Anelisa_dlamini: "@nobuhle.khanyile the future "
Vongai.mapho: "@tariro_mav that time I’m thinking. Ethan should be talking elements and the periodic table at this age this is what other kids are doing "
Tuna_elao: "Song title and artist anyone? "
Nunkynu: "@zeemkhwanazi you need to take a video of her dancing as well"
Kedimaphefo: "Haai this is not Chomi"
Herathemis: "Eishh kid do a thing yo age"
Nobuhle.khanyile: "@anelisa_dlamini future what hiboo"
Miss__vanette: "That initial facial expression! Oh Jesus "
Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported about Somizi bringing up the issue of industry fat cats exploiting talented artists.
Somizi has always been open about his journey in the entertainment industry, both the good and the bad.
The media personality came across a post from US singer Syleena Johnson about being paid based on talent, and it resonated with him.
He commented on how people hiring would never try to buy a Ferrari with a Mini Cooper budget, but try to hire talented names with limited budget.
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