- A group of local kids were caught on video doing the Haka
- The kids shouted their war-cry in various Mzansi languages
- The footage nearly gathered half a million views in just a day
Kids are just the cutest beings on earth. A video was shared on South Africa Live's Facebook page and it showed a group of kids doing their own version of the Haka.
The Haka is a ceremonial dance or challenge in the Māori culture and is famously done by the All Blacks Rugby team ahead of games.
However, a group of local kids decided to do their own version of the Haka and the adorable dance was caught on video.
From singing about a hot pot to the sawing of wood, the kids just made up the words as they went.
Briefly.co.za gathered video had more than 453 000 views since it was shared on Facebook on Monday. Social media users applauded the young Haka dancers and they said it was the best one ever.
Uchechukwu Elijah Ogoke commented:
"I salute their commander."
Shirley Deysel added:
"Too precious. Got to love these children."
Sinovia Novie Cochrane wrote:
"The best Haka ever!"
Jean-Luc Bruwer commented:
"This is why they should never get rid of the Haka. It inspires so many people."
Take a look at the adorable video below:
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