Adorable boy steals the show as memorable dance video goes viral

Adorable boy steals the show as memorable dance video goes viral

- South Africans are raving about a recent video that shows learners dancing at a school recital

- One little boy stole the show with his surprisingly slick dance moves

- The video has become a smash hit on social media and the young man now seems to have a loyal following

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South Africans have endured a tough fortnight with many negative stories making news headlines.

However, a feel-good video has surfaced via social media that made for a refreshing change.

A school recital involved a group of learners performing a dance routine and the footage was shared via Facebook.

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The adorable video quickly went viral and its largely due to a cute boy who stole the show.

Strategically placed in the middle of the group, the young man wows the crowd with his amazing dance moves.

Having watched the adorable video, Briefly.co.za completely understands why South Africans are going gaga for it.

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Andri Schoonen commented, “I love this, a kid enjoying the opportunity to dance! Not yet poisoned by society. Love, love, love! We need to share these stories! Well done, little man! May you never lose that spirit!”
Thandeka Ndlovu said, “This boy deserves a whole province.”
Gofa Bothata added, “That lekgowa boy made my flipping day.”
Makhanya Sparky responded, “The best video, this is how u make a unity. Teaching our kings to believe in themselves and to know that whatever their good at they must believe in it and do not change for no1.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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